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SERIALS SECTION 
VA STATE LIBRARY 
HICHHOMfc VA 23219 



Does a sm«*k on tfm bottom clear the brain? 



ByJOANCOATES 
SON Stiff WHter 



^Ae peciri« wOiert fo tti oM ad^t, "sptre i|« rod 
aod ^oU m child." tait dM tte Vlrf^ BMebftstool 
system. 

In-8cbool paddling of errant children, or corporal punish - 
mut, Is lUowed by Virginia lav and accordiiif to Policy 
#91S4.3 df the Virginia Beach Sciwol Board Policy, cor- 
poral punishment can <Mily be used by principals and their 
assistants. 

Coriioral punishment was recently reinforced in Virginia 
by a federal court of anneals ruling which said that as 
long as the puAtebroent is justified and not eicessive, 
corporal punishment violates no constitutional rights. ' 

The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturned a 
1200 damage suit awarded to a 10-year-old student at' 
Henry Clay Elementary School in Hanover County. 



Stud^ftt at Plaza Jr. High liava a 
eM(di t^WHti datandon an<l paddling. 



The student sieged the paddling done by {Hincipal 
R. HaU Jr. bad raised welts tm his buttoeks. 
; dsdded tbe.^idHtt'«i4^htsbadwXJieai abridged, 
iaS that HaU bad acted "'well wltbin Virgtida state law." 

The majoil^ of Viifiida Beach priaeipals avrveyed 
by Qi» Sol do ■Dvi<9 pedOiii •* t ttM^alinaryaetfaii. 
PrequMiey of padfitag na^ fKan two w ttne times a 
year to ^b««l coee a we<A. S^eral prlndptfs eoddaot 
recall paddling a student irtthin sevpral years. , . ..^^ m^f - 

In most iatbuees flie rate of paddling increases dtttidy 
from the demratary schod level to Junior bii^, and Uibb 
drops a^ia at the b^ school level. 

As a gewHid nde VUflnia Beadi admiidstrators don't 
paddlt, acetHTdiiig to J<An Holgate, officer at PidiUc ta- 
fbrnatioB for the Virgima Beach School Board. They do 
use jtddUng u a sidution, be said, birt oaly in extreme 
cases.. ^v 

Principals en^ibasixad that they uM piddling maj "as 
a last resort." After tryloK every possible means with 
studei^ irtw are repeated oflenters, according to Mrs. 
Lou Royal, principal of Woodstock Elemeolary Scbod, 
"We Ittve to have some form authority. Stodoits have 
to know the Umits," sbe said. 

JUrs. Royal, who strongly beliejres in bdavior modifi- 
cation feels certain staikHrt b^vimr would chfoge vUb 
pad(tii|ig. Sie said, she {refers a more posttlvn approacb 
to dUieipliae, 1>M wten confrtmted with a rtsdeot vdw 
verbal dMSe or elNluigera himsalf or others, sb» 




Cathy Drawn, 10, a itadoit at K«ttpsville Elementary: 
"No, I don't tUnk kiifai should be s^Muiked. My brother 
wis and he got worse." 



Mait Taylor, 7, a student at Winsor Oaks Elementary: 
"I knew a kid that had stolw something. They spanked 
him. tt didn't help Mm." 



John Hanwy, 11, a studoit at Winsor Oaks Elenwntary: 
"(At Winsor Oaks) you get a choice betwe«i suqiension 
and being whipped. Only my daddy should be able to do that." 




Serving the world's largest resoc 



_A^M«tf ||o te a repeated (lender has nsaalfy "had 

\^' after tltr^ tiips to tbe office, tceording to Gerry 

Flanaiw, ptUeifal of Thalia Elementary. "tt'« not a 



At BayaMi Jimfor High School, long term.oflenaas 
aoeh as wnaathorisad jsmcUng or 4isra«e<;tfHli)0M nUfht 
result in paddUsg. said <;MMs A. Peihlnsoa, prioelpal. 
Perkinson said he trios tb give sbidents an aUernatlve 
to paddling, audi as suspension or deteidion.. .., ,; 



1^ atudMit ia Mkad to band ovar 
and tha principal givaa tlia buttodca 
tvKo or thraa vvhacka. 



Stadeots at Plua Jwdor B^ alco have a choice betwevn 
det^mmud paddling. "Saqprasion is a nMiJor otfMse." 
fci^rding to William GiUam, priwdpU at Plaza, "ii«»ms 
pndfling^ say m^^, is a miMa* offense." 

Mr. mim sees ii|<Sn| «> ^ective with the ganger 
luBtor hiilitvdeato. "it's a good «ay to deal with them," 
hfteaht '^SMi nntfttstaod It well." Bid widi idiMi graders, 
ht liels K TO^dn't be as ^l^etive. "It would Kobaldy 
bsMII 1^ nmaAmat," Gillam said. 

(H porliB4ils ttat paddle, Om miyiority use woodui 
PidAea. Sigie nielthe "Bonid (tf Iistniction" varied 
fdmd in idores. Some have bsM m*iM by puwits. Letcher 
HUl, principal at Princess Aime B10 Sdioe9 remembers 
Us as a "small, thin, six inch nder or yo^dstidc," One 
ramor had a rartain jolncipal witt a ravr irf paddles of 
dUior^ lizes in order to fit all stie ddUreD. 

Sdmoi Board policy states that a wltnesit must be 
I^wseBt duing the paddling, bvte case of a female 
stndHft, /a iMAale staff member ta administrator must 
h«pi|IMtt. 
JCoB^inidjBpafeA-S) 



51st Year, No. 38 
Virginia Beach, Va. 






Published Wednesday for week ^nding October 5, 1977 




15 cents 
Two Sections 



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liMllliiMiiiMMiMiiMBi^ 



Foofbutf contest winners 



Itere ware a lot of ties 
in last week's ginMflg on 
the Chesi^Mice Pout fVirw 
ginta Beach Smi) roottaU 
Contest. 

Dividing the first prize 
el iHi w^ Joim Bcachem, 
2ZV Woodbri^e Dr., Ches- 
speake and Mary England of 
4428 Itadgins in the Beech. 
Both guessed the winners 



same. Both will receive 
112.90. 

Taking the sectHid jplace 
lis prise all by herself was 
Anna Evaaodcy, 4120 Frank- 
lin St., Chesapeake. 

Tl^ for fldrd place were 
Charles Beasley.UOlAlgoia 
Dr., Otesapeake wd Gerald 
Stevens, 320 Bendce PI., 
VirgiBia Beach. 
Another Football Contest 
of two gamtt incorrectly appears in this efitlon of 
and both guessed the out- the newspaper. Why not enter 
come of the tie Inreaker the today. 



Free Bee ad i 

brings Beth a pony 






Children's f istiing tourney 



On Sunday, October 1, 
the Vin^i^ Beach Anglers 
Clid> and tiie City of Vir- 
ginia Bnch will sponsor a 
Childroi's Pier Fishing 
Tournament. The tournament 
will be held from I a.m. 
tlHTOugh 4 p.m. at the Lynn> 
haven Inlet and Virginia 
Beach Fishing Piers. 

ChUdrM iq> to and iiKlud- 



ing^ 15 years of age are eli- 
gible. Entry Mo the tourna- 
ment is free and there is a 
special reduced admission to 
the piers. 

Registration may be taken 
care of at either pier on 
Tournament Day. Trqibies 
will be Riven for the tare est 
of each eligible species 
caught. 





?Mm •mat sehMl ettldrw Is legal by Uw and accord- 
i^ te « Ml Miwey. te A ftlfty cemnoB form el didctplte 

In Viifi^ Mad Schools. 



By JOAN COATES 
mm S^ff Writer 

The SUN Free-Bee Ads really do 
get results. Atk Beth MUler. 

Beth. 6, of Old MiU Road, Deip 
Crmk, Itts beffl waatl^ a b(»l^ An- 
as long as her parmts can remMaber. 
When she was three jraars old, ste 
bid in a nei^ibor's staUe aod be^a 
to teach berMtV to ride. 

After ber father told B^ ttat he 
cool(hi't afford to buy her a horse 
for tiro w tin-ee more jmis, Bi^, 
tuned to the SUH Free-Bees, fte 
•dverttsed a ft«e hosie lor a pony and 
nire enoigb Ae ip>t a rmpxM. 

Janes C^rdner, wbo delivers fur 
Frlto-Lv in tte Great Bri^ mc- 
tin, aw B^'s picture and lomid Nr 



Beth Miler 



"so appealing" that be gave her a 
call. Gardner boards his three horses 
and pony, Ed, at Fmtress but bow Ed 
is too big for this three children. 
"Sbe came over and seemed so en- 
thused that 1 told ber I'd bring him on 
w»," Gardner said. 

It took Ed a wUle to get used to 
Ua new home. "He started bucking," 
Mid MUler, "so I got the jcrt) of 
bredUv him." But Beth and Ed are 
prtCttg along gr^t now. Sie's learn- 
ing to rite and he's leandag to toke 
(Srectioa tn» a new alatress. 

WhM Bftt first forad oA A» w%m 
getting Ed. Ae toM her ne^hbor that 
lie too woM MOB have a bi^se. "He 
couldn't btiitw 1 was ^tting a horse 
i(irlrM,"«e syd. "He 




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aw the same procedure. 
i}«iore ine jwoaiiiv ims |Mac«, tbey talk to tte itudent, 
expltlBiiii the reason Mr the paddlioK. Most call ttie 
partnti betorehand, altiwogh it is not lafally necessary. 
The student is asked to bend over and the prlnei|ial (Ives 
the bnttoeks two or three wacks. In boUi instances in 
vUcb to pAUad last year with his "Board of Instnwtion." 
Jota PrtMWr prlnelpal of KempevlUe Matdows Eteawlary 
School, said his paddle was so thin it broke. 

Principals feel that tbey are not emotioDaUy involved 
enonyh to paddle a child in sneer. A classroom teacher, who 
is on tto scene ni4H. they said, hntaceordiag lo Mr. Gfllam, 
"Ym don't lose yosr cool with the child." 

Some students crv. No principal surveved hsd«verhad 
a ^t iNhtae^a iteMrt dewlGp«i i^MMaMt tomrAs hia. 

^ry flnr parents object, accordinf to Mr. Qllkga. 
"fte parents are very cooperative," te »id. <^ny 
nuM^n of Thalia said, "Some parents ay i irfUteal 
iritii it tf tome' and so I say 'Please do.' *' 

m. nm ot PHoceas Anne, eaUed MiUi« « "crude 
IH^ m eounseUm. It works," he said, "if tt estaUlAes 
a Win» relatkmsUp with the stndent. It's no help if mrt 
dOM in an atnosphete of fiieodi^. Otherwise, it's 
wrwK" 



Coastal 

conference 

is Oct. 1 



says 





fiy,l.EECAinLL 
SUN PiMlc A^rs Writer 



Qetting Mor foM wmw 




Old 
- , •** - 

_ _ »«/ 

Norttfk^ 

oBc^y 

heM S^ttzdny, Oet. 

Ho«H ChanberUn 

tw, 

0|pn to the poWc. 
o^erenee trill eq>k»re a 
wid» imtittj U tqria re- 
ktil to VIniaia's coastal 

and its 
ThMe ^;dcs lactate Ite ^oe 
of tte area termed coastal 
lOBp, tto types of activities 
0^ rtsiM to 

_ tte im - 
part of oU r^taiMrles and 
flfiikore driUlBK. and tte de- 
sir^U^ otMnitry. second 



vdll also diso^ 
I iorKaaaginf conrtal 
nd iMsk levels 
cffoitruiant Aodd to in- 
voived in Ont maaMcmait. 

4e»wcHaf toLeatneof Wo- 
SHB VotesolBctals, "Yir- 
gMi's eoa^il ^atel teve 
61 per eeat of tte state's 
pnjMlatinB trith II p^ eeat 
bibt pr^dedlf tte year 
ttM. fMs gnyvtt te en- 
phairtiti! wmpsthn 
OB ttaesastal eoas— mergy 
iniwrtiy, re- 
creaMoB, <ff<oi^tf e and ur- 

UMttOB." 

"^le people of Vlrgtaia 
wiU sooahnveta 
far-resellif^ iftrtitlniff alioiit 
Worn thdr muMnamaren 
sheoM te nWsed, sad legis- 
IMm wn soon teve to be 
^ tte GcMral 
Asa—My Mt tte fOMnm. 
nu eortw e n ce addrMses 
oidy a few of tte aniOT con- 
fl^s, bat hepeMfy sane 
BownMit toward sotattoih 
WiU to iMBd witta tts 6on- 



Jwsey ^^Mraey. 
M^t wto will i^eak oo 
^[ValBeaftteSaltMarsh.- 
assistant |n*o- 

attteUai- 
Ae named 



Vii^ida Bea^ City Conaeil app»rs tewraUo toward 
apandtog ^W^JBOHoT a stody of tte city's wter mmms. 

AttMMTk CouMil Merred ifttm tm tte stady for a 
wek, a does adt seem likely ^t mi local l^islators 
w*H rn •iMMP irttb the rwiwst of VfrrWia rh'i«»iii«Gi«in 
MeCUiV to delay ktioo uaAil tite ^iddMoD tf a Feterai 
Mdy of mter «wrc« in tte area. 

U a letttt miit to Condi, M<KJlanai wto wrves m 
tte mtUi Water Sudy (^uilsslM, ask^ ttet ComcU 
te Mtfed I9 repre^atatlves erf tte Amy Coips (tf 
Ei^aMra nd tte l^te ftafer CoobroA Board as to tte 
^sbn of ^f ladles. 



fior/figs, d^t^limtlon 



City Mani«er Gewfe L. Hanbury said ttet tte study 
wottld in(^ide only sourcM within tte city, ttet there 
has nev«r be« an extoisive ^ndy la tte city, di^aUed 
test bcaiOKS, or i^umes awNble In tte city's waters 
OKA as Bad Bay uxl Lynntevra or desaUalzatioo. He 
said tte study would tovolve not only findinf a»wrce. 
if ttere Ut one, M, tte location, slse and cost d a treat- 
mentp|ttd. 

"If we are successful in n^otiatioim with Norfolk," 
te saM, tte city would teve tte cost figures invcdved and 
Council "woidd te ready to w^gh tte costs." 



Although Virginia Beach would like an equity in tte 
Norfolk water system which furnishes Beach water, Han- 
bury said tte city is "always faced with tte problem ttet 
Norfolk won't allow any equity. He hopes ttet tte study 
will permit tte Beach to address tte problem a year 
in advance and not duplicate any studies teing made by 
tte Corps of Engineers. 

Vice Mayor Patrick L. Standing, wto is chairman of 
tte Ragiooal Water Auttority, took issue witt some of 
tte stttements made in UcClanan's letter to Council. 
He said statements contained so many errors ttet he 
felt obliged to discuss each item. 



Tte pr«»i^ttott on watMT tMrces fmn Gcd. Newman 
Howard of tte Army Cwpi of B^(inM», wU^ MeClanaa 
said woEttd te iMmpleted next Hay, wUl art to na^ 
until next July, Sfandttg teld. BmIMs. maaitag said, 
in tte past, similar Conss |tf<^ds teve tntea 17 years 
to CMnidete. 



MeClanaa also muds tte dty to await tte outcome M 
tte rqxMl from It. V. Davis of tte Steto Wa^ Coatrtd 
Board coneeming tte study gdng eoodo^d tif tte Board 
in co(«ieration witt tte Sttto Watn* Sba^ OaanrfsaloB. 

Te MeCteaa's stttetteat tM a aatttf^MMsrip adafnate 
water source Mdely wltUn ovr own boundulte la nlttely, 
aaadiag said ttet "mm you dn't teve any, aay amount 
you cut g^ is sattsfactOT" 



/fiKO/y«s mr^CaroIlM 



Altto^ M(£lauia pd^ed 1^ ttat evei7 iwso^de 
sdidign l^flves Norto CMoltoi, teCM^Wing Federal 
iordwmeid. fiteadii* nid ttet tte stody wa* Intended 
not to ^ eut ol Viigiiria ltea<A. 

M^lann also aid ttet tte 1^ ^y of te pn^osed 
altertetlv^ wUl ami appnudmi^r HM niUto dcfllars, 
indiatlj^ ttat ^xvera^m betiwm aU tte dttos tf SoM- 
easten Vtrg^ a^ fto Fedenl Goveivm^ is vital. 

Radmry siM ttet it was "a^ely ttet Wre grtsg to 
tind a hq|e Mnree, but ttet HtMreMoWaDitov Aadow 
of a (MM ttat we teve none. Hesidd ttet pea|de teiw asked 
about wdls,^ about Bade Bay,^KMt ti^MtariM ol tte 
Li^Mhaiw and otter dty tmfws, bd ma only omory 
itaittM teve been made so ttet no siittUe answen are 
avalUde. He «ltod tb^ n$uami oi^i^, F«daral 
or regional assi*tatee, "we're nd going to racelve any 
«de« yea eaa ^oaiiii» mmmt. Mr one, (aoee d tte 
i^oetes) has said, it wouM bdM a tmatmori: slant lar 
tte Beach." 

CouadUma-Geoo^ R< Femdl aid ttat tte. pkmswiU 
"to wdl-v^tt tte flKm^" ud Cd^lman R. L. Map 
WIS remlr to ilVhin tte stad^ Madhqr itftaraMi. 

Adioa OB tte mdter ww dented tor one weAto 
allow Hm^ry time to bring badi a more eompr^edve 
^ruposaL 

A Mtor tttm J. Uwls Rawls. Jr., chaimaa dtte 
%rte Wd«r Comm^teloa toMi0da^uhDd«|ateB«nard 
G. Barrow, also rdeased to Camdi, said tte risk d ul- 
Istma wtiaB 00 tte part d tte stete Invdved so mudi 
noaey ttat tt ms ad rawaaMa to JeopKdise tte posd- 
biUty d Fedenl funding. M added ttet tte Corps of En- 
gtoeers wmU not issue tte reqp^ired eevtroomatelpdnlte 
udil tbey tew made a conplote study. 






Udversity in 1970 
SCTved OS eartron- 

lor tte 
Sodety d Umo- 
OoeaaBgrqlqr, tte 
JfaMnl Reaeareh Cmadl d 
ttaNdteal keaSMCf d Sd- 
aadtteWdttX^ttr- 
ees OaiaAtee d tte Fkf- 
Ida Itatnr Beiearces Cato*. 
Porro Is an attoroey not- 
ed natkttlljr tar cases eoa- 
cendag pdAic rigMs to 



Skatng on iceless ice 







tmti IsMla • a.a., tte eoo- 
tataa ^ begtt Witt opea- 
tof reaaiks Craa lli^as 
N. '.'DoMtag»~ lorBwr First 
SIdrid eolpMsnMi and 
aoi qpedd asds^ to tte 
mqi^ite secidary d 



std 

ftfftld^ads wm te wdeoa- 

ed Ir Br- Cterles O. Bur- 

tM^i, vice pnsldid tor Ma- 

daite affairs sad prorod at 

QOB. 

Ike speakwifa-ttemra- 
iag aassloa tadaie Br. 8mi- 
SBHf g. Ufkj, diredor d 
Mat^iad's Coastal ^ae 
Maan^aaied Pcugrami aad 
AOm^A. Pamn.. a New 



ars tomato WlUiaa Zudia, 



tad ia ftaeara and dgi^op 
aed tor (Mf Ott Co., wto 
will qieak on tte "Coapati- 
MUty d tadadry aal En - 
dss^aed.- M aiditiaa a re- 
praaaditlw rftieYirgida 
seafood flitadry wtD speift 
oa "Tte Eeoaoaic tisf^- 
Jtece d tte Seatood Mia- 
^ttf la Viigida,'' aad a re- 
pr ass dati w d tte British 
EabaM7 to tte V£. wiUdts- 
cuss tta "On store la^^ 
dC^bbve CMlDevdopaad 
toSeoaMd." 

lie fee fiH- tte eoaiar- 
eew, wUdi iadades laah, 
cdfee aad r if iadai eate, to 
I7.M, ad rMervatiflBS 
dadd te nude by Wedaes- 
<ky S^teabe- U, oveidgd 
aa»»aMdatteu are anil- 
aUe dtteHotdaaaber- 
lin. 

For further iiAnHdioa, 
or to md» rMwvattons aad 
arrange a^amodattaa, call 
Marda Gibsoa, Bnreaa d 
Coda-eaees aad Iwtiti^Mi, 
<XX7 Schod d Codiad^ 
Stodes, d (MM) 4|9-e4S1. 



(Mt to ri(^ Kia Taraer, aad Maad^ 
Bddi. d Harvest Court sad Rteada Beaort. d Carrtt- 
NnaAve. 

«^kats-flB" to a pe^ran- baae jtestto toraed as "Iteless 
ice". UattoBS are d SU EeUaa Bead aad at Tirgiite 



It's d^dtely something 
dtftored tor Virglda Beach 
- ieelesi lee ftatiag? 

At fbd glance, most peo- 
ple frown Witt confusion. 
tW todc to ttroui^ tte 
vtadows ud see a long, 
fltta room witt wme Mue 
waUs. Tte fioor is covered 
vttt square blocks ttet look 
a great deal lite white Uia- 
teuffi. TUs is an ice stet- 
Ag'rtol^ . - ' "" j^^ 

' It's ice dcatlng all rigtlQi 
aad Al Grtosiao, laroprietor 
Of "Skate - Ob." loeatadd 
Yirgtoia Beach MallaadStt 
Kdtom Road, sea the "Ice- 
less Ice" as ^ bed thing 
to Ut Tidewi^r. Aecd)^ . 
to 6ciisioB,V"Skato- <QB" 
to a (i^per., bettn* and 
faster way to learn ice stet- 
toR 

"Stete - Ob," aprodudd 
tte lee Steliag todUate d 
Aaarla, to adMO]^ a fitdy- 
aer base piastie. Tte topric 
dttterento bdween "skde - 
OB" aid arttffetoi Ice. wUdi 
to more doe^ assodded 
with oddoor iee, to thd 
arUfidal 1m becoaes wd 
and slippery widle to use. 
"Skde - Ob," oa tte dtef 
teat, days eoBStoi^ wte- 
liar alJKl or tt <tagrees. 
He oaly tM« ttet dom 
aftod Ito sarfaoe tosaddea 
^vpe d mfnettdittiAeipree 
^qaratores, grit and sand. 
"ItetrasttoB (oa Stete - 
aa) if flw-fbartt tte cod 
of artmeid^lndndiaB," 
add Qrisdao. "People on't 
nftord to go to plaices Itte 




Soqa and Uw (Etempton) 
Cdisiaffl togdiutrnetlan." 
lludc^ owned fhdlltiear 
ao^irdlng to Grissfno, teve 
too large an ovettead to 
teadi d reasooable rates. 
Aad d "Scde • Oa," 
Grtoaino feds, insteudton 
to more indlvMullaed and 
more eflfedtoa. ttt 
date tte '^eMir dottng 
concept" d instiadtoB. Wi 



tte 

"f^en my stadeato fd 
00 artiildd ice," said 
Grtodia, "they are better 
all aroBod ikatov. "Thiqr 
teve,bttta'balaBceandqicra 
pow»-" ^ 

Aceordng to Grissino,Mis 
dudeoto ndvance at a todtf 
rate. Qw dudeat te traiaad 
lad year admMed seven 
leveto to d^ nootts. 

Although limited to space 
(ody 2$ addte or 42 child^ 
rra are altowed 00 tte ice 
at a ttoie), Grissino sees 
tte poesiMllty oC aqmndoa. 
He wads to start putting ok 
itevs as wdl aa to ^eato 
awe coa^etttln aeetotor 
Us i^dsato, Jte toifsMdly^^ 
iBvoNed witii a Glid Scod ^ 
mtftt bodge larogram aad 
hopes to add a siaUlar |»ro- 
gram witt tte Boy Seods. 

"Skate - Ob" to opai to 
tte pdflic 7 - 10 p.m. week- 
days and 2 - 10 p.m. wedc- 
eato aad hdiddjni. Lesnas 
are teld Tuesttoy fltfdugfc 
Friday ftvm 4-7 p.m, and 
OB Satorday and amdayfrmn 
10a.m; - 2 p.m. 



II 




AlGrisdao 



wm 



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Industrial prof at TCC 



Wb^t M. I^o^rdt was 
reenrily sfpolatod m tte 
Cteinaa dtte todnstrial 



logy mvidoe at tte Vir • 

gida Beadi Caa#Ba d TUe- 

mtar ONBBnattty Cdkge. 

Mr. S^oe^ntt received 



Us BMlidor'a Degree fftw 
Sonera Dliaoto Udversity 
to oi^aedlag aad Us Mas- 
to* d Sd^e Degree to 
mdbematlCT (rooi Ndre 
Dane Udmdly.^ to pre- 
sedly to tte doetcnral pro- 
gram dVPI 4 SU. 



Prid- to rdantog to ed- j^d tatestry. 
1^ teaddag. Mr. Scboen- a ndive d OUads, Mr. 
hKTd wKind fen- dz yean Sctoattartt. htawitondtow 
to toii^y as a production ehUdraa now Um to ttaglnto 
eoBtid en^aeer for tte d- Beach. 



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*Saturtf sy night at the movies' 



The Virfinia Beacb Rm- 
rMtuMi C«^r wUlfew eoa^ 
ducUag a "Iktwday M^bt 
at m Movies" b^fiJoaiDK 
October 1 and 4K»tinuii« 
ttTMgh DeMnbWt «nrylst 
and 3rd Saturday evtMBiog of 
tl% inontb. Tke movie will 
begin at ?:M pi.m. and be 
held in ttw bMi«et factUty 
of the C^w, The movie 
sche<tole la aa follows; 
Oct(ter IVRoQinServiQs" 
October 15 "Laat lian oa 
Earth" 



November 3 "Barefoot 
EiecBtive" 

November 19 "i^KAt and 
Costello Meet CaptaiaKldd" 

December 3 "The ffliaggy 
Dog" 

December 17 "jHans 
.Briaker or the Silver 
Skatttn" 

AH movies are free and 
ofen i9 the poblic. For fiir- 
ttier iB&M'matioii contact the 
ViifinU Beach RecrMtion 
Crater at 800 Monmouth 
LaM or 499-1281. 



New PR director atDa¥ls Co. 



AquUla T. Ruffner has been 
named Director of Public Re- 
lations for Davis 4 Co^paajr, 
a re^flaaladvertislBg Agency 
huulqiiarfered in Virglala 

AccMKttng to agency Presi- 
dent Jerome R. Davis, Mrs. 
Ruffber will be responsible 
for providing public rela- 
tions, publidty and intHno- 
Uonal sarvices to tte 
agency's cliratele which in- 
cludes retail, financial, Ui- 
dustrial anl real estate ac- 
counts. 

Most recently, Mrs. Ruf- 
fiier was a public relatioos 
account executive wi^ Law- 
ler BalUrd LitUe Advertis- 
ing in Norf(dk, where she 
handled thepuUic relaUcns 
campaign for the Children's 
Hospital fund drive, repre- 
sented several associatioiis 
and was active in travel pro- 
motion. 

Prior to that, she was a 
publicity administrator tor 
NBC in Washington, D.C., 



where she promoted network 
and local televisicm pro ^ 
gramming and Mted as alia- 
son with the Washiogtoo 
press. 

In additiott to her back- 
ground in public relations, 
Un. Rnttier has served as 
a speechwriter to a fonner 
Maryland governor attd as a 
news reporter nsA on-air ta- 
lent for a North Caro-i 
lina ttievislon statioa. 

A cum lands gradute of; 
Peimsylntnia State Univer* 
sity, Mrs. Ruffher ma}ored 
in journalism and was elec- 
ted to Kappa Tau Alpha, the 
journalism honorary so- 
ciety. 

She is currently serving as 
director of the Virginia 
Beach Assocl^oa, on the 
board <a Directors of the Vir- 
ginia Beach Ballet and is a 
mraiber of the Public Rela- 
tions Society of America. In 
addition, Mrs. Ruffner took 
part in the Virginia Beach 
Tomcnrow long-range plan- 
ning program. 




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Cancer society sponsors 



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District I of the American 
Cancer Society, Virginia 
Division, is no« taking ap- 
pUcatkxis §0T partlcipatiw 
in fl>»ip Ifiss Hope Pro- 
gram. 

The program, now In its 
fifth year, is sponsored by 
the American Cancer Socie^ 
and is open to all nurses 
and student nurses, brth 
niale.and fmale. If a male 
nurse- is chosen, the title 
wiU be Mr. Hope. DUtrict 



Misi Hopes wiU be eligible 
toe the Miss Hope Finals 
in January when Miss Hope 
of Vlrgiida will be chosen. 
Scholarships of |500, $250 
and 1100 wiU be awarded 
to the winner, and first and 
second runners iq>, respec- 
tively^ at tte state finals 
for professional develcv- 
ment. 

Selection of the District 
Miss Hope will be based 
on One iHresentatioo of an 



original two-minute presra- 
tation on the hc^ful side 
of cancer, according to Pro- 
gram officials. Applications 
are availaUe from the 
American Cancer Society. 
C(Hnideted twllcatioos 
must be returned by Oct- 
ober 10, and must be accom- 
panied by a letter of rec- 
(»nmendatlon fnmi the par- 
ticipant's director of mirs- 
ing, director of school of 
nursing or employer. 



Cub Scouts meet 



A warm snmqr'day ms 
the setttng fbr m Ciib Scoot 
Pack 425 aiunal aaiboat 
Regqtta Iwld at the home 
of Mr. and Mrs. Fletdier on 
Cld> House Road. Theflieme 
for the get-together vus 
"Adventures in Water." 

The cubs competed against 
othen ta their own age 
gronps upd those who sailed 
their way to victory were: 
Ei|^ yrar <dds - 1st place - 
MiclMel KiHqiatrick, 2Dd - 
Jimmy FowSar, Srd - Jos^ 
Sartwk; Nine year (dds - Ist 
place - Ricky Pwry, tod - 
Cory Gill, 3rd - Russell 
Martin; Ten yeir olds - 
1st place - Richard Hon- 
aker, 2Bd - Urry Klrkpat- 
rick. Srd - David RytB. 



Gold, silver and bronze 
medals were awarded to 
those n^nners of the Pack 
Olympics held at Red Wing 
Park in Jime. Cory GUI, 
the overaU wlniier of the 
pack, went on to compete 
against other wlmwrs and 
received runner-up from the 
Tidewater CouncU at Mt. 
Tntfhaore. 

la the awards cisremany: 
Mite Kirlqiatrid, Jos^ 
Slarbak and Terry Vallntlne 
were Bobeatted; Russell 
Martin was awarded Us WoU 
Bm^ and gold arrow. Larry 
Klrlqittrtdc re<xived his 
Bear Badge and gold and 
silver arrows and Brad Mat- 
tocks earned his silver 
arrow. Advanced into Web- 
elos were Larry Kiik- 



patrick, Griff Park, Wke 
Thompson and Richard Hon- 
aker. Webelo awards were 
given to Chris Mitchell for 
sciratlst and citizen, David 
Ryan for outdoorsman and 
Chris Mitchell received the 
Arrow of LlgM, the Wdkelos 
highest award. 

Service stars were 
awarded to Stevra Rudd and 
Ctals Mitchell for two years 
service, Willie Crrashaw for 
three years service and to 
Louise Fuller for four years 
of service. 

About sevoity-five 'par- 
ents and children attended 
the ragotta. It was one ot 
tile best turmmts of the 
snm^mer. Homemade ice 
cream was the ending to a 
great day. 



Chfld-rearing course at TCC 



"Ob - the - job traiaiag'' 
to CM of the best ways par- 
«ts cw lean Me oi ttw 
vwtt's *tfdirt lobs-raar - 

Hik Caovoa ctf TidMritfer 
GOMM^ ColMgewfU^ 
|R> lis taaraing «|>p(s«a^ 
U^mumd tum^ aido- 
tlMtt^workirtttcttlteai 
and pMth. The new H^eetniB 
wi^-feit esmn* liU ba- 
tfilittftiWlQMitwtBd 
to mimtHiMi Groirth and 
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The AGAPE program helps 
pamto look at ttfmsrtws 
as MiaiMng aad feeling per- 
sons n« ^KlaMf wttl be 
tongU hew to eenmniate 



more amaetivtiy in tteir re- 
yOBuMft Witt (^MrwFor 
flm« toftmuMoB eiUtheOf- 
flee of (^MaOm Sdmtm 
at 421.S0V0 fl»«2l-im. 





"Whale of a sale" 



Revival 



Viivlida B^eh Sua, Sept. U, IW - k-% 



Tho Third Annual "Whale 
of a sale" b^ns Fri&y, 
Sei^ember 30, at 10 AM. 
In \h» ExhfMtion HalU A 
and B 1^ Norfolk Scope. 
"Tidewater's Fteest Gar- 
age Sale" hours are from 
10 A.M. imtil 5 P.M. w Fri- 
day and from 10 A.M. until 
3 P.M. on Saturday, Octo- 
ber 1. A special preview 
sale will be held for Senior 
Citizras only on Septem- 
ber 29 from 1 untU 3 p. 
m. 

Sponsored by the Junior 
LMgtte (A Norfolk - Vir- 
rln*a B«icb thp <sale will of- 
f(>r more than $25,000 in 
merchandise raiding from 
toys to major appliances, 
furniture, clothiog, books, 
U)d brio-a-brac. All items 
will be sold on a first-come, 
first - serve basis, Bank- 
Americard and Master Char- 



ge wlU be accepted. 

In aMitioitottefeneral 
merchandise, there will be a 
special "Celerities Conwr" 
with items donated by temous 
Virginians such as Sraator 
Hariy Byrd, Lt. Governor 
John Italton. Cowressman 
Bill Whitehurst, Linda John- 
sm R(A)b, Senator Joe Can- 
ada, Coogressman Pa^ Tri- 
ble, Ed Uae and others. 

All monies made from the 
"Whale of a Sale" are used 
to fund community projects 
of the League. Sooie of these 
projects have been Uie Lake 
House Girls Probation Home, 
MetropolHan Arts Congress, 
Tidewater Family Life Cm- 
ference and the Children's 
Art Center. 

The "Whale" wlU have the 
best buys of the year. Every- 
thing must be sold. There 
will be free admission and 
plenty of free parking. 



Library story times 



Beginning Wednesday, 

« September 28, the Kemps- 

viUe Branch Library will 

make changes in their weekly 

story times. 

The new schedule is as 
follows: 

Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. 
for ages three to five 

Fridays at 10:30 a.m. 
for ages three to five 

Saturdays at 10 a.m. for 
grades K to third 

Changes in the Windsor 
Woods Branch story times 



begin as of Thursday, Oct- 
ober 6. The s<Ae(taile is as 
follows: 

Thursdays at 10 a. m. for 
ages four and five .^rs 
only >. 

Thursdays at 10:30 a.mr 
for three years only 

Fridays at 10 a.m. for ages 
four and five years Only 

Fridays at 10:30 a.m. for 
ages three years only 

For further information 
contect Ann Scott, Children's 
Coordinator, Virginia Beach 
Public Library, 340-2987. 



Time change at Library 



The Kempsville Branch of 
tile Virginia Beach PubUc Li- 
brary#lll b* makina dtanaes 




begi^qr we^WHUy, 
ember Zi- 

The new schedule for story 
times will be as follows: 

Wednesdays at 2:30 p.m. 
for ages 3 to 5. 



Fridays at 10;30 a.m. for 
ages 3 to 5 
Saturdays at 10 a.m. for 

The branch library is lo- 
cated at 832 Kempsville Rd., 
Virginia Beach. 

Registratitni is required 
for these programs and there 
to no chaif e. ^„ / 



Soldier of the 
year selected 



Sergeant Glenn A. Bozley, 
a senior rough terrain fork 
lift of>erator wiUi the 368tb 
Transportaticm Company at 
Ft. Story, has been selected^ 
Soldier of the Year for the^ 
Army Transportation Center, 
headquartered at Ft. Eustis. 

Beii« a winner is nothing 
new to Glenn. He won his way 
to Soldier of Uie Year by 
first being chosen Soldier 
of the Month in company com- 
petition while the 368th was 
sUtioned at Ft. Eustis. From 
company level, he went onto 
battalion, group, and post 
Soldier of the Mcmth. 

Sergeant Bozley, a native 
of Canon City, CO, is one 
of 17 Soldiers of the year 
selected at Army Training 



Foster parents care 



Foster parrats care! They 
care about the future of chil- 
dren who are not able to 
live witii their natural par- 
ente. TlMy (rffer such chil- 
dren tiie security o< a loving 
home. Is there a idace in 



your home for a child in 
need? Call the Virginia 
Beadi Department of Social 
Services at 427-4451 for ia- 
fOrmatiim retarding tiie 
Foster-Care Program. 
That's 427-4451. 



In Windsor Woods — 



Plaza 



Qreen flun 



TiM Catholic Parish 
of Iho Holy Spirit 




7 pjm. Sat; 0:30 All ajn. Sun. 

TMfMHma 340-7122 



There wUl be a Revliwl at 
Foundry United Metkodist 
Ckiir«li, 2101 Viiigiida Beach 
BoOmtfd, Viifinia Beach, 
at TM p.m. October 9, 10, 
lla«)I2. 

The Revival will be &m- 
ducted by Dr. Ernest K- 
EmurUa who has bea min- 
ister Of CherryilUe Uidted 
Metiiodist Church, Ai^ag- 
toa, Virgitfa siBoe 1962. A 
fonrth-gener^oB |M«acher, 
1^ a member d the Vir- 
ginia Conference ot the 
United Mettudlst Church, he 
holds Bachelm's Degress 
from Davidson Collar, 
Union Thecdogical Seminary 
in New Jersey, and Is the 
recipient of a Doctor 
of Divinity Degree from 
Randolph-Macon College. He 
to the author oi twraty-one 
books, includlBg five col- 
lections of original plays. 
Many of his seventy hymns 
are found in hymnals 



throwhout »M Enrllsh- 
spMk^ »K\4. He is the 
c(MnpMer of hymn tunes, 
ai^hems and pifwlar ballads. 
A world traveller, he lec- 
tures widely on laictical 
hvmnolarv aM rellcious 
drama; aa a "Philosopidcal 
Iniraerist", he addntsses 
awventioos and coderences 



flH«ug^ the &mktf. A 
ptoneer TV artist, Ml Mds 
mefflb«rsMp to mfe ^Htm 
orgaidzatiMtt as A8CAP, 
The Amwricaa Gtfld of Or- 
ganists, the Lloia Club, and 
the Inlaaittttonal Brother- 
hood of Magicau. 

Everyone iswelomeaada 
nursery will be inrovided. 



GOSPEL MEETING 

Oct. 2nd through Oct 7th 

7:S0mghay Swday-8:00PH 

EVANGELIST BILL COLLETT 
- from ntm Orleaas -at ttw Bewws BUI 

CHUnCH Of CHRIST 
4230 Airline Blvd. 

PAone 484-4995 

PrikUe bvlted - Mo Admtosioo - No Ctdlectlon 



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and Doctrine Command 
(TRADOC) installations. In 
addition to an all-expenses- 
paid trip to Hawaii for six 
ni(^ts at tiie new Hale Koa 
Armed Forces Hotel, Glena 
and his wife receive $150 
for meals and other expenses. 
The award is int«)ded to pro- 
vide special recognition to 
soldiers who have de- 
monstrated outstanding mili- 
tary excellence and achieve- 
moit in their daily duties. 

When asked what advice 
he would give someone Just 
coming into the Army Glenn 
responded, "Be willing to do 
your share and then some 
more, don't be afraid to take 
tiie inittative." 



"Who comforteth us to oar 
tribuUtioa, that we may 
he able to eomfort then 
idiidi ue to aay trmdde, 
by the confMrt where-wlth 
we ourselves are com- 
forted of God." 
~n CortothtoM 1:4 







Come oot of flqrself , 

Stand totiwopen; 

Wlthto tiqr heart wUt ttwu 

hear 

The response of all the 

world '*' 

world. 

— Rabtodranath Tagore 

FAITH IS AM INFALUBLE CURE FOR SELF-PrTY 
The insidiou ittseaae of self-pity to one ttiat we all contract at leaat once to our 
lives; osnally followtog aone sorrow, major disqipototmeat or tiie coovietion tlMt we 
have tkiled oorselves and thoae around us. However, the remedy to slmide aad u- 
failtog. tostaad of waUowing to thto moraaa of dei^air, we need only tarn to faith 
God to order to aee Uie hltocy of tids waste of our resources, and to dlverto oar 
energies to Um positive chamiels of helping to ease someone etoe's misery. So stop 
feeltog sorry for yoorselt aad go to your Church; you will learn ttiat ftere to always 
someooe out there who needs yoa — and your he^i. It works every time! 






Haynes Furniture Company Rosaweed Memorial Paris 

~1Z4 Ya. iieach uiva. ~ 631 Witch DackM. 497-8925 



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Baysida IMotors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. b Staff 

Kampsvllla Pharmacy 

526^ Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
BcboTi W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Bros. Ine. 

Plumbiiv-Heatti«-lF'nel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 

Charlia'a Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rdipelz k Employees 



Kallam a Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. Suppliaa 

PfinQ^ss Ann Stetkm 427-3200 
Frank k David KeUam 

Andy's Plumbing & isleatlng 

1003 Cabal Dr. 485-5000 
SUte-Registered-New k Old Woit 



Kallam-Eaton Inauranca Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 



Purnitura Showrooms 

82i9 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MUitary Hwy. 
Sandy BoUn k Employees 



Willis Furniture aj Hilltop 

1712 Lasain Rd. 42V-S951 
L. H. Bums k Staff 



Price's Incorppratad 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name AH>liances-TV-Stero 



Home Federal Savings 
& Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accoimte Wela)me 



Smith Sales & Service 

460 BatUefield Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smitii k Employees 



Mill-End Carpet 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 197-4854 
Taylor B. Carr A Emi^ees 



Preaton's Pharmacy 

1401 Poindexter St. 545-7S1I7 
James L. Marshall and Empioyeei 



Todd Electric Company 

Henry k Moses Todd ft^QT 



HigjI 



ns Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison k Assoctotes 



J.p. Miles & Sons, bic 

J.D. Miles, Jr. and Assoctotes 



Chesapeake Savings & Loan 

Frank N. Wood aad Assoctotes 

Engtoieiring Masfla Inc. 

606 R. Liberty street 
Charlto Hackworti) A Staff 

Townsend Fuel, lnc« 
Brentwood l^taurant ft Lounge ''*'°«^ van uyke and Jipioyeec 

1312 Geo. Wash. Hi^way 
Chesapeake, Va. 487-0611 ^ 

Tom * Linda Rqder A Co. > 

Southern States 
Overton's Maricat ^^Wf^rfSS'^^i 

1419 Poindexter St. 545-9496 L. tetaMBt WilUams 4 PeraoM^ 

fte Overtoos k Enqdoyees 

Planar American Corporation 

MsMgemMt aad Personnel 



IHs feature m made possible througli the cooQeraten 
of our minsters. It is paid for by ti^se area firms wfio. belave 
our churches are a vrtaf part of ow community Ife. 



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its wiu ine«t eat 
^y from 7 p.m. 
until November 
.. .m ^ayside Librtry, 93^. 
!Ddepend«Qce Blvd. For In- 
i^ftai-iineAt will sponsur i (ornitttlon aad r«(lstratlon, 
series of four introiiuctory call 464-9585 or stop by 
classes .^beginni. t the library, 






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AFTMTSOUGBT: 
Son: *! 4«'t wiBt to go 
to MM«t, Hon. Nobody 
Ukos A») tbt tetcbtrs 
(ftM% the kMk don't. Th* 
8«pt. «iBt& to.tnwtftr mt , 
Om Imi driTert liatt mo* 
tiM scteolbotrd «mU mt 
to drop o«t, and lit eon* 
todlnk IMII it in tor me. 
I dM't irtnt to go to 



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CARLOAD SALE DATES 

SEPT2e-0etath 

RED RANGER 
DOG FOOD PRICES 

$i9d rmov mmtits $8.70 so a^ 



you're tike 
prlMisfel. You've got to go 
IttidiitfoU'* ' 
ArTERTHOtKUIT: 

vMtekUdisnn- 
Mi ahonU hnve an 




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ff«d f?«it9M' Gams $7,7S SOMH 

^^ • • $4.25 2Sm$ 

Rtl Rmtg^ mt^ Bits ^9tS mms 

. . $4,8$ 2SJ^ 



AFTEF. 

Tttcher: "Wlw can five 

mt t definition o( Uteword 

budget?" 

Jolumie: "A budget is a 

IkmUy qmrrel." 

ArTERTHOOGHT: 

The Ut-gnultrtpproneiied 

U» tindmr tad asked in a 

most serloM tone, "Is bo- 

iai a tenefeer a hucd Job?" 

-Wby, 7M." repUod ifea 

tMcker, "It's a venr bnrd 

Itb." The yoangst^r's face 

f»U. He shook Us hend 

iloirly and walked away 

mmhUng, "Oh well, I 

gtwss m just be a prin- 



$ p u n k ¥ 



$8.7s som$ 



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4%S|iteBTax 



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Cokmhf and save money 




now 

SOUTNERN STATES 
CHESAPEAKE ASSOh MC. 

im sovTB inutABY hgway 
casunMm, ymsaak uiio 
waomm-mi 



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mDonna 

Day lr> ofSday out ycxj 
tInd.you need tt^ ostFo cHnk. To 
hetp you IhfougHrihot rneetir^. To 
h0lp you fcice the famHy. And 
everyday ttrat extra drink becomes 
anottier extra drink. And It tturts. 
Write or call In cortfidence 
tor facts on tt>e progrdmfor 
the treatment of akxshoWsm. In a 
comfortable, cc^ atmosphere. 
SpecioRsts can t^p you face the 
4k3y without ItKit extra drink. Isn1 
that a sobering ttxxjgt\t? 




Your Southern States Cooperative Agency 




"Tidewaters Only 

SO,000 Wfftt 
AM Radio Station 




OUHTRY S 

MUSIC 




ZAM 



ItAOlO SHAUB 
1$ COHHIMG 



ffiflyi 

IT'S 
CLBAR 

mML OF 



HoncE 

The Annual Rq»rt of the 
ferody Funlly fotuda- 
ttOB is anIkUe to in - 
flMttan at 2701 Avenger 
DUve, VIrginU Beftch,v!r- 
iWn. lloBdtj Uirongh Fri- 
di^ fran 9:30n.iaB.^ 4:M 

mMstLAssam 

FOUHDATION MANAGER 



TBS 9/18 - It 



(mDER <XP PUBUCATK»i 
In tte Clerk's Office at the 
Qrcutt Conrt ot Q» City 
of Virginia Beach, YA. on 
tile ttd day of Somber, 

vm, 

L Scott Smith, 



it Is ordered loai sse oo ap- 
pear here within tfen (10) 
Ajrs iftar *M piUicatiott 
liknof, and do what mny be 
f|Mi««trr to protect her in- 
nrest in ttU salt. 
A copy-TfSit! John V. 

9f: Fatti A. Keenehan 
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tHi Princess Anae 
ViiTinia Beach. VA 



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1701 WNM3tWlp Drive, Wpglnkileach, Vta. 23454. 
001481-1216 

AocradNed t>y The Jofnl CBRVniMioo on ttm 

AocfeeHaNonofHo^aMali. 
ApprcMedfor Blue Craa, Chorrpui, Madoore 
tthd oew hetfh ooiwoOe. 

n*i cAent these Alcohol hotlines as'opubtlc MMvic«! 
»or(Penlniulo)t77-MW 



Aabeth EUen Smith, 
fiefsxiart. 



^ Tte diject (^ this stfK is 
to certain a divtnxe n nmsa 
et thoro tnm th« u^ (to- 
f^daat, qpoB the groan^, 
MiriUfUBdMertkn. 

Aad an affidavit Imving 
been made and filed that the 
<tMmd«tt U ft rwUent of the 
Stitte of Virgisk, the last 
known pui (rffiee address 
IMif tlM «i|Uak XJout, 
tlni]^ Beach; VA IS454, 
(Hm Conidainairt. Pani 



Seott Smtth, doea nolkaot 
tte mUmamU ot tte De^ 
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HUTiCE OF PUBUC HEAKINCi 
The Vir^nia Beach Planning Commission <. 
a PnbUc Heariiv on^ Tuesday, October 11, 1977, at 
li:00 Noon in the Council Chambers of the Adminis- 
tration Buildtng, Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. Tbe following aKiUcaUons wlU aM>«ar 
00 the agenda: 
REGULAR AGENDA: 
SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

1. SQbdivlsion Variwce: Appeal from Decisions of Ad- 
ministntive Officers in regard 'to certain elements of 
tbe Subdivisloa Ordinance, Sobdivisioo (or Sir Galahaid 
Corporation. Property located oo the East side of Hol- 
land Road, 648.84 feet South of Shipps Corner Road. 
Plats with more detailed information are available in 
the Department of Planning. 

2. SiMivlslon Variance: Appeal from Decisicms of Ad- 
minlstntive Officers in fegiard to certain elements of 
the Subdivisloo Ordinance, Sabdivision fttr Gary D. 
Paalay. Property located 95.S0 feet West of Morton's 
Road ertmdinc between Ocean View Avenue and Lauder- 
dale Avenue. Plats with more dotted in«»:matloQ are 
available in the Department of PUumiaf. 

3. SiAdlvision Variance: Appeal from Decl^wsM Ad- 
ministrative Officers in regard to certain eledfiits of 
the Sabdivision Ordinance, SidMivisloa (or Aadi^w A 
Mersim Dlgonis. Property located -oa^Uie West ittteof 
LonloB Bridge Road, 105.28 (eet South of Elw IMve. 
Plats with more detailed in(ormatioo are availidftle In 
the Department of Planning. 

4 Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of Ad- 
ministrative Officers In regard to oertaln elemmts of 
the Subdivi^OB Ordinanoe, Siribdivialoa for R.E. Srln, 
Jr. Property located on the Noolh si4e of RobinswBoi^ 
284.74 feet West fd Charity Nadc Road. Pbtr wttt 
mon (totalled infotviation are available in tbe D^rt- 
meat of Plamdng, 



5. Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Decisions of Ad- 
ministrative Officers in regard to certain elements of 
the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivisloo (or Clement R. 
White. Property located at the Southeast extremity of 
Quail Ron Quay. Plats with more detailed information 
are available in the Department of Planning. 

6. Subdivision Variance: Appeal from Deefsloas of Ad- 
ministntive Officers ,in regard to certain elements of 
the SubdivislQii Ordinance, Snbdivislco (or William L. 
Page. Property located at tbe Southern extremity of 
Bay View Avenue. Plats with more detailed information 
are available in the Department of Planning. 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 

7. Petition d Michael E. Bowermidi and Jos^ L. 
Lyle. Jr., for a Change of Zooing District Clasdfi6a- 
ticn from R-6 Resldratial tttstrict to A-1 ^rtmeirt 
DIstrtct on certain property located at the N<H*thwest 
comer of A Street and BarbertM Drive, naming a dis- 
tance of 195 (eet along the North side o( A Street, 
running a distance of 91.14 . (eet atong fiie Western 
property line, running a distance of 'w.2fi (eet in an 
EasJEerly direction, running a disUnce o( 15 feet in a 
Southerly dlrectioo, running a distance of 125 feet in an 
Easterly directintf and mantaig a dittai^ of 70 feet 
aloof the West side of Barlwrtm Drive. &id parcel 
contains .34 acre. (Woodland Area). LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 



^ral Imt^^BPH^r^r^ located on the sooth 
side of VfrgiiUa ^di ^nlevard beginaint at a pbldt 
900 feet Butte (ff l«ss East of Groveland Road, running 
a (HstaiKe of 948.54 feat along the South sideofVir- 
giaiia Bea^ Boelenrd, rmming a distance o( 150.62 
feet in a Soirthnrly direction, ramlag a <Usbuu^ of 
162.82 feet in an BOterly directian.Taiuang a<Uctaace 
of 26.24 feet tik a NortherlY^ttrecttMi, nmniil |4i8- 
tence of 50.68 feet in a NorOiea^^ directte^" tun- 
ning a distance oT 669.3 fe^ in aftftitettsterly dtraetton; 
nwing a di^aiMse of 1063.1 fe^ k a &Mianii0Mly 
<ttr«$ti«o, runadic a distaMe of 6M feet in a Nortt- 
weafierly lUrMtioa aad runniiK a di^aace of 11^3.78 
tetH aU»gti» Western fffoperq' line. Said parcel «»- 
tains 34.843 acres. Plats with more diitaUed ialbmia- 
tion are avaiu^ inrtte Dqiartmeirt of Pluming. (Prin- 
cess Anae Plan-Groveland ^ric-^Ue fi^ven Ai^). 
LYNMiA^nniKffiODGB. 

9. Petitton of llHlliam W. R<^rts(», Pearl Irax Robert- 
aad Piooeer Stor A LA for a Change of Zcming Kstrict 
Qassifieaticm (ram 0^1 Offl<»UatricttoB-2C(HnmwBity- 
BuatMSS Ostrich OB certiin |»*i9«1y located on tibe East 
Me oi HoUaod Ro^ b^imdng at a point 7M feet more 
cr less South (A Stim^hmre Road, running a <ttstenee oi 
177.68 (eet alcp« the East side of Holland Road, rmuing 
a ittsteM^ (4 766.03 jte^ in a Northasterly <Uiiectfa», 
rom^ a d^asM c3 154.71 frat in a Hm^wet^t^ly 
^Ux90m and niiiang a di^ance irf 696.70 (^in a Sooth- 
wMerly (ttrentiw. &id parcel cMitains 2 J4 acres. PRIN- 
CESS ANiiE BOROUGH. 

10. Pettton itflN^iaoB investmol Corp., for a^vnge 
gf Zooing msMct Classification friam R-6 Resida^ial 
IXstrict to A-2 Apartnunt District on ceilaia prc^rty 
located 20 feet East of Pleasure House Road beginning 
at a point 186 (eet North of North Greenwell Road, run- 
ning a distance of 226.66 ISeet along the Western property 
line, running a distance of 394.26 teei along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 110.26 feet along the 
Eastern property line and running a distance of 438.48 
(eet along tbe Southern property line. Said parcel coo- 
tains 1.572 acres. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. • - 

11. Potion ol Hiram L. Overstreet for a CiMnge of 
^koing District Classification (rom R-S R^idential Dis- 
trict to I-l Light Indnstrial District on certain property 
located oo the North side of Laodstown Road beginning 
at a point 618.35 (eet East o( Princess Anne Road, nm- 
aiag a distance o( 74.40 (eet along the North side o( 
Landirtown Road, running a distance o( 1127.03 feet along 
the Eaatem ivoperty Urn, running a distance of 74.40 
(eet along tbe Northern property Una aad nmning a dls- 
taaee M 1127.03 feet floag the Western propnriy Um. 
SaM parcel Mrtat^ r 92 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OWiH. 

t£ MMao of Aim a. and Leila M. Thompson tor a. 
^aa|e<tf ISMntiXstMet Claasiflcatton (rom R-6 Re- 
sidential District to B-2 Community-Businfta District 
on certain jvoperty located oo the South side of Indian 
River Road beginDlng at a point 754 feet East o( Kemps- 
viUe Jioad. XimUm.* dlstaace at i53.54 (eet along the 
South side of laAiaa River Road, nauing a dlstanee CM 
(eet along the Eastern property line, running a distance 
of 166. Iiat aloag the Southern property line and mnoing 
a diataaee of 250 (eet along the Westers property line. 
Said pai«cl contaias .9 acre. KEMPSVH.LE BOROUGH. 
COIfDmONAL t]Se PeRMTT; 

13. Appll» .'verstreet (or a Cooditl4»al 

Use Permii lui a tjuu bwrtte yard oo certaia property 
loeated oa the North side at Undstowa Aaail bsiteBtag 
at a point 618.35 (eet East of Priaeess Aane Road, nm- 
Bing a distence of 74.40 (eet aloog tbe MorUisidtof 
Laadstowa Road, iwuing a dtetance o( 1127.03 le«t aloag 
the Casttrn prdpetty Una, rwailng a distance of 74.40 
feet ilmf |^i l^ prttits WSPiyfr ^^ ***** rapning a 



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ic Ndticei 



. ..w,ated at the Northeast corner oi snore 
nd Jade Street, running a distance o( 219.29 
feet along the North side o( Shore Drive, runnUig a 
distance of 280 feet akog the Eastern property line, run- 
ning a distance of 264.84 feet along the Northern property 
Une and running a distence of 180 feet along the East 
side of Jade Street. 

Parcel 2: Located at the Northwest comer of Shore Drive 
and Jade Street, running a distence of 86.97 (eet aloi% 
the North side of Shore Drive, running a distance of % 
140 feet aloi« the Western property Une, running a dis- ^ 
tence of 96.49 feet aloog the Northern property line aiMl 
nmnii« a distance of 140 feet aloog the West side of ; 
Jade Street. 

Said parcels contein 1.8 acres more or less. Plate with ' 
more detailed information are available in tte D^Mrt- 
meol tf Plannti«. LYMllBAVEN BO^UGH. 

IS. Appuiatiwi « mi!mmffm.^^-^9rttmai- 

ttooal Use PermU to ^ect two 12-fccA Iqr 39-ft)Qt rifa- . 
boards <» certain prov^rty loeated on ttie ^iM sl<lc of v 
Sottte LymUven Read, banning at a p^ fM feet - 
Mrte of MnVW AwMa, rrih^ adtsMM^ <rf 810.24 ., 
feet aAog tte W(^*ibte ^ Smii i^miiaiMK^ad, roa- ,. 
nii« a distance (rf 290 fe^ in a &^iMMpr tttraetton.Q 
nmning a distance of 280 fe^ more or less In a Swtherly ,7 
dltecHoB rauiif a ttstence ^215 tnA mtn or less, < 
in an Easterly ittreetiao, running a «lMi#ee of ^ „ 
feet moi^ or tma to a SMtterfy dlre^olt}iidf«^.: 
a itt^nce (rf ^0 feet more or less aloof flU SNUiem . 
in^^ierty Une. Said parcel eonteins 5.024 acrts Bore or 
leas. LWNHAVEN BOROUGH. » v 

16. ApfAlcafioB of Buty E. thorns tor a Cmtttieaal -i 
Use Peraiit to board horses on certete propi^ kxated v, 
00 the North side irf Laadstom Ro^ b^^Uiing ata..; 
poiitf M1.04 feet East of &lem Ro^, runteia #iUttice ..1 
<amM (e^ ateic fiie Nordi SMe of LaddMoMAoad, )?. 
roudag a distance of 7S8.25 tart along tlie Sastem v 
pn^r^ Itee, ratt^ a ttsteice (^ 2M.b3 feit aloag ;t 
tbe N<»theni property line aad^^ ru^ag a distaaca (d ^ 
774.41 feat alo^ the Waa«em i^operty Une^ :Sald parral ,-j 
coattfns I acres. PROiCESS AlOTE BOROUGH. 

17. AHtUcafiOB of The (^eo Door Chapel for a Conditional <. 
Use Pertoait (Or a ^tmch on certate pn^r^ located on \r 
the Noftir siife of Hidland RoaA begbaiing at|P(Mlrt 260 ^ 
feet mm'e or less East of mndSor Oakssl^ilenkrd, .j. 
roDuiar a disteaee of 880 feat inca^ or 1^ along tee ^ 
North side of Hollaod Road, raan^ a disfta^ (rf 230 i 
i^ al(^ Ok i^stem ixtiperty Itee, ruuiai a distaace -^ 
oi 350 fe^ alo^; the Northein pnyerty lidlr tad imaing ^t 
a (Usance of 315 feet mtae or less aloof the WMtem u 
pfqperiY Une. Said parcel contains 2.11.aerM.(WiadM>r m 
Oaks West Area). KEMP8VILLE flOIKHlGH. ' 

18. Applicatioo of C. G. OUver tor a Condittonal Use 4 
Pemit for a boirow ^t on certete propiNrty loeated ' 
oa tee Kwte^de of Banood Road begi^bNt at a point ;f 
SOftfeet West of fiantU« Lane, ronnlng a <li«ti««ea of 1280 ^ 
feet along the North side oi Haj^ood Road, rau^ a dte- ^ 
tance o( 1148.22 (eet te a Northwesterly direction, run- 
ning a distance at 2001 feet te a SonthWrater^ directioe, v 
naming along tee Sonteem bmrndary o( Laki Smite to a 
point 579 (eet more or less Norte of Harris t&IM Drive, 
noniag a dtstance of 1076.80 le^ te a SooteirlY direc- 
tioB, naming a ittsteoce d 322.15 feet in an EasterlyO 
direction, ruaaing a di^aace of 19.78 (Set alahg tee West 

atfa^teeeoI562.l8 
feet te a Sootbeasterly dlrecteoii, nmning a, tUatence of . , 
530.61 feet te a Souteeriy directton, nmoing a ttstaace 
of 496.i>l feat tea. Souteeasterly directkai^niMng a - 
distence d 100 feet te an Easterly directlctt, rimidng ^ 
a distance of 50 feet te a Sooteerly direct, r^nii^ (j 
a (ttstance (rf 331.10 feet te a Westerly dinctton, run- f 
idQg a dtetance of 17.9 (eet In a Sonte«-l| diractiini, > 
rauUng a dtstance o( 490.41 (eet tea SoliQMSterly ' 
direcUoo, ruuing a distance ot 76.23 (eet te a Norte- ^ 
sisterly directtoo and running a distence p( 200 (eet ) 
te a SonteMsterly direction. &]d parcel te irr^nUr 
te ste4>e and ccmtains 98.6 acf^s. Plate wit! more de- 
tailed informatioo are avaiteble te tl^ D^arteieot of 
Ptennli«. BAYSTOE BOROUGH. 

19. AppUcaUoo of Autotronic Systems, tec, for a Con- 
ditional Use PermU f(n- a self-service gai^ite su{f>ly 
statloo on certate property located at tei SouUiMst 
intersectioo trf MiUttury Hightmy and Auborn Drive, ma- , 
ning a distance of 114 feet along tee SodtejkifMof Aa- ; 
teffB IMve, nmning a distu»e of KM (Ml aloog tee • 
Eastern property Une, running a ^stance of 145 feet > 
alam tee Soirthem prep»ty line, mimii« a tfistaace of , 
138.6 feet along the East side of MUitary ttghway aad 
running around a oirve a distaM» of 25 Is^. Said par- 
cel coidates .566 acre. KEMPSmLE BQROMUl. 

2|^ A^icatkm o( Piooeer Stor A UA, a Virgil UoUted 
Pu^rship, (or a Condittonal Use Pmati^^ (or mini- 
warehouses oa certate p-operty tocated 00 ^ East aifte 
<tf H^land Road b^n^ at a. poiid 7») fa«t nrare w 
tets-Sonte ol Ston«BhareRaa4 r«^«adt8ta^M<tf 1.71.68 
(eet along tee East side o( foOmd Road, raMtteg a4te- 
teoce oi 166.03 (^ te a Norte«Mterly dlreeym, ramiag 
a distence (d 154.77 (eet te a Northwesterly direction 
and^rqping a distance of 696.10 feet te a Southwesterly 
dirMtteB. Said part^l o^kins 2.64 acr«i.^PR)MC£SS 
ANNE BCHUDWffl. , * . 

21. AppUcaUm of JfM U, Turner (or a CcmdltioBal 
Use PermU fra* two dvplens on certate pn^ertY knom 
til Pareete B and C as shown «i tee jOat eirittled '^ib- 
divl^oo of Property of Lote 1,3,5^, East a> fertoi 
Lot 7, mock 128. Map No. 6, Vlrfinte Beach Develc^- 
B^ Company" aad recorded te Map Book I, i^e 1(A 
te the OMce (^ tbe Clut o( Oircnit C^r^lo«^)d at 
tbe Northwest comer tf ^h ^reit and HemKraaaaa 
Avenue, running a distil tf 70 fe«t id^ld^N^rte 
side of 2Ste Street, ronaiag a distence (rf 11.43 fe^ te 
a Northerly directioo, r^>tef a itt^a^e (^ 2.92 feet 
te a Westerly direeUoo, mMw i distence of 68.57 
fe^ te a Ntt-teerty dUw^tea, rwnlng a dttatea^ of 12.^ 
feet aloog tee No^ara pn^rty Um and mtalng a dte> 
tance of 140 feet aloog tee West side of Mediterrw^ 
Avenne. Said parcel coatains 10,000 square feet more or 
less. vmGlRIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

22. AppUcaUoo of Westminster Cantertmry of Hampton 
Roads, Inc., for a CoodiUonal Uae PermU for a home for 
the aged on certain property located at tee Nortewest 
eoroer of Shore Drive and Starfish Road, ruaaing a dis- 

of 680 feat aloi« the Norte side of Shore Drive, 
: a distanea of 1025 feet along the Western property 
Una, nmaigg a distance of 680 (eet more or less along •> 
tbe Northern property Uae and running a dtetaaee o( ^ 
1066 feet aloag the Eastan property Um o( wuai'iqDi'r 
feet te tbe West side of Starfish Road. SaMpartiiP' 
oimtatea 14.9 acres. LYMQIAVEN BOROUGK 

23. AppUcaUoo of Marcfanck Corporation fork«.vuuiiiuutit 
Use PermU for mini-warehouses on certate p r ope rt y 
located oa the North aide of tee Virgiate Beach-Norfblk 
Evraaastey begtaaiig at a potet 483.91 feet west of 
PirSI' CnctUl Road, nmning a distence of 186 feet aloog 
tbe North side of the Virginte Beaeb-Norfolk Eq>ress- 

mnnjog a dtetaaee of 655 feet along the Weateni 
, running a disteaee of 660 IWl along tbe 
perty Une. nmning a distalMB of 10 feet 
St sid« Colonial Road, running a 



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OB certate parcels 

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atee ; 574,3C .ecUoo. 

SaHl parcel c(»UiM S.36 acres. LYNNHAVENBOROUGH. 



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STBEET CLOSURE: 

conUr 

North ^llMMli^ '' '•^ ^^^' 

norje ^'^IPHp ortb Grett 

N«Ck Rmd and Old Great Ner nning in 4 

NoHlwrly direction a distance oi i-w it^^i »•»>« or less. 
Said parcel is variable in width from feet to 66.5 
feet and contains 2.249 acres. Plats with more detallMl 
Infidrmatloa are available in the Department of Planni^; 
LYimHAVEN BOROUGH, 
AMENDMENTS: 

2S. Motion of the Planning Commission of the CiJ^ of 
ViiBiniA Beacb to amend slid reordain, Article S oirtbe 
Conpretaensive Zooini Ordinance pertaining to a^ 
lAfd setbacks in the R-8 and R-9 Residential Districts, 
More detailed information is available in the Depart- 
ment (rf Pluming. 

tt. Mottott ot the Plii|^ Commlssiui of the Cltyirf 
yiifiite BMCfa to amlM and reordaln Article 6 trf 
^ Conpnhensive Zoiiv Ordinance pertaining to side 
^m4 satts<*s In the A-1 and A-4 Apertneut Districts. 
IM^ ^Mailed iolwmatlcNi is available in Uie Di^rt- 
mart of Planntng, 



$fl. Motioii (rf the naraing Commisston of the City of 
Vl^^ Be^ to aiBMd and reordaln Sections S.B 
ilri 5.9«f the SMMlvlston Ordinance relating to Water 
aail Sa^tut tever^;e S^ms. More totalled lofor- 
piM» is available in the Departm^it of Plaonlng. 
|i. Molkii of the Planning Commission of the City of 
flfflida Beadi to am«id and reordaln Article 4, Sec- 
tion 401 (c), oi tlw Cmnprehoislve Zoning OrdlBaB(% 
iWrbiitfMg to UbrariM and associated uses. More detail- 
ed iafiitftnatlon is available in the Dqiartment (rf Plan- 

tiiUdtloD ,td the Planning Commission of the City of 
l^rtinlA Beack to amend and reordaln Article 5, Sec- 
ttoB 5(H (e), of the pomprtiienslve Zoning Ordliunce 
pMkUilK to Ubrari#»^-and associated uses. More de- 
tailed Uformation Is available in tlw Department of PUn- 

SO. MotloD of the Plawi^ Cmnmissioii of tte City of 
Viriinia Beach to ameod and reordaln Article 6, Sec- 
tfop 601 (c), a tl^ Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance 
pei^alaiiif to librari» and associated uses. More de- 
tailed iitformatioii is available In the fi«partment of 
AuBilag. 

31. MMloo of the Planning Commission of the City of 
Vlri^ida Beack to amend and reordaln Article 7, Sec- 
itoa 701 (c) , of the CompnAenslve Znilng CMlnanee 
pwtaMng to libraries and associated uses. More de- 
tailed InfOTmsUoD is availsble in the Department of 
nannliig. 

32. Motloa of the Plaining Commission of the^Clty of 
VliflBla Beach to amend and reordaln Article 9, Sec- 
tlQD 911 (a), at the COQiprehensiiw Zoning Ordinance 
pertalMog to libraries ind associated uses. More de- 
tailed toto-mation is available in the Dq»rtment of 
Plaanliig. 

Plats with more detailed InformatioD on the above ap- 
l>licatloQt are available In tte Dqiartmait of Planning. 
All lntef%sted persons are invited to attend. 
Robert J. Scott 
mrectdr of Planning 




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COilit^l^Alhi OF VlKGOnA: 

to t» CTert^a OfHce of the Circuit Court of tte City 
of Virginia Beach, Vlrgfiiia, on 12th day of SQAember, 
1977. 

DObOBOUS L. MILLER. 
Plaintiff 

GEORGE JOSEPH MINER 

and 

LOUISE MINER 

Respondents. 



IN CHANCERY NO. C77-1314 

THE OBJECT of this suit is to obtain a release of 
a eertato deed d tnsi from Russell E. MiUer to M. 
isA Woodhoue, Trustee, said deed of trust being re- 
a»^M in the Cleik's Office of the Circuit Court of 
the City of Vir^a Beach (formerly Princess Anne 
CooBty), VlrgWa; in Deed Book 329 at page 1 and 
dated JNoe t, 195S, tte property being more particularly 
described as follovs: 

All that <»rtaln lot, lAece or parcel of land loca- 
ted near Seata<^ in Lynnhaven Borough of the 
Ci^ of Vtrgtnia Beach, Virginia, and more par- 
ticnlarly bonkded and described as follows: 



BesianliC at a pdpe on ibe Eastern line of the 
si&e W&nxf known as Bird Nedc Road, formerly 
Driakwwn' AVMue, at its intersection between 
the prcper^ of Vlrglida Whitehnrst and running 
thence North 86 degrees 30 mlmites East 2W 
feet; thence North 1 degree 30 mtautw West 75 
feet- ttMce South 86 degrees 30 mimites West WS 
feet' to the Eastern line of said State Hlg^; 
tkence Hkm ^ Eastern line of raid State H^- 
tay Soott 1 degree 3? minutes East 75 feet to 
the pipe, the polrt of b«lnnliig, according Ito 
S T prfilerty liwte August 8. 1948, by W. B. 
^Im, County Snrfeyor, and duly recorded In 
the Clerk's .OHce of the Circuit Court of the 
C# of thtlntt B«ach (fbrmeriy Princess *^ 
Comty) Vlrelnia, on the 12th (tay of August, 1948, 

m Map Book 23. at page , and desigttated 

thereon as Lot A. to which pUt reference is 
hereto made tor a more parUcular description. 



Aai<tt alMitaTtt ktvltiftbeen nuKie and filed ttat the 




a^KwiwldeitoolttiitateofVlifl^Mdtaat 
dM l^ow kaa keeft ••# i? (a^ «b behalf «t the »ld 
nia^ff tn a^uteto Ik iAch &mm » mrpq^^ott 
iM reinniUmtr an^ wi^wt effect, the last kiwwB 
eflte i2Kss fta- GeMt« Josef* MlMr aM Louise 
«* »el«<tt««i»«' M. Earl WoodlN^ J*^' 
wM^nSfa—t B«A. VIrginta B^ch mtvMA Office. 
Vt^^Baa^ftefi^OAU, < 

tfltM'HHH^^**'^ Aw do i49»r here wlttiia ten 
(101 <tars afM* dM pnhUc^tok bere^ kad «i what nay 
b S»Mtf7 to pr^SthSr lirterwt in ihis suit 

A COPT TESTE: 

lokk V. Fentrecs 

•y: Pattt A. Keewiui, DC. 

JANET B. BURT. p.4. 

161 Laskla Road 
.. .0. Ba 625 
Vlrgliiia Beach; VA 23451 

VW%«l,t^ - 2t 



ia Beach Public Notice! 



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mriCE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The regular mating oi tte CotmcU of ttffi City erf 
Virginia ^arh ^lii be held in tbe Council Cfeamt>efs 
of the AAninlstratiM Buildi^. City Hall, Princess 
Ame §tati<m, Virginia Beadi, Vli^Ma ;<m MMday, 
Oct(*er 17. 1977, at l.OO P.M., at wMch tltne the tol- . 
lowlne ai^li^tkns will be heard: 
CHANGE OF ZCWING DOT-RICT CLA^FICATION; 
PRnrc^S ANNE BOHOUGH: 

1. PetmoQ itf R^ Ann Dunn for a Ctange (^ !^Mlng 
District Classifl<»tlon mm AG-l AgricUtoral mstrid 
to B-1 Business-Residmtial District tm certain property 
located on tbe East side of North Laadii^ Road tegln- 
nii« at a point 75 feet more or less North of Court 
House Drive, runlag a distance of 65 feet along the 
East side <A North Laadli^ Road, numing a distance of 
228.2 feet along the Itorthem pi^^erty line, running a 
dl«taBM of K.5 Mt aloig the Eastern jn-qiierty line 
and mmiiv a dl^aeDce of 235.53 feet aloi% the Southern 
prqpMTty line. Said parcel contains .365 acre. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

2. Petition of H. Thomas Fennel, Jr., John Paul C. 
HairtJttry airi Holt W. Butt, Jr.. for a Ctongeof Z<«- 
ing District Classification from A-1 Apartment Dis- 
trict to B-2 Community Business District on certain 
property located at the Northwest intersection of Gen- 
eral Booth Boulevard and Prosperity Road beginnim at 
a pfA^ 52 fert man or less North of Prosperity Road, 
running a distance of 183.61 feet along the West side of 
G«ieral Booth Boulevard, running a distance of 58.80 
feet along the NwUiera property line, runniiy a dis- 
tance of 238.61 feet along ttie Western property line, 
running a distance of 100.90 feet along the &)utbem 
property line and running a distance (rf 64 feet more or, 
less in a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 
.5 acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

3. Petition of R and R Corporation for a Change of 
Zoni% District Classification from R-5 Residential 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 
prtqierty located on the South side of Princess Anne 
Road beglnnii« at a point 600 feet more or less East 
of Providence Road, miming a distance of 1325.46 
feet aloig the South side of Princess Anne Read, run- 
ning a distawse ot 200 feet more or less along \b» South 
side of Salem Road, ruimim a distance of 796.80 feet 
aloi« the Eastern pro|>erty line, running a distance of 
1214.93 feet along the S(N^em property line andnm- 
ning a distance of 933.20 feet along tbe Western property 
Une. Said parcel contains 28.57 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOROUGH. 

LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH: 

4. Petition of J.E.D,. Corporation for a Change of Zon- 
ing District Classllicatlon from R^6 Residential District 
to H-1 Hotel District on certain parcels located on the 
South side of Club House Road. 

Parcel 1: Beglmiing ai tbe Southwest comer of Club 
House Road and piq>lla Street, mnnii« a distance of 270 
feet more or less along the South side of Club House 
Road, running a distance of 185 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 263.34 feet along 
the Southern property line and running a distance of 125 
feet more or less along the West side of Di«)lin Street. 
Parcel 2: Beginning at the Southeast comer of Club 
House Road and DqtUn Street, miming a distance of 
470 feet more or less alimg the South side of Club House 
Ro^, ruimiiv a distance of 120 feet along the Eastem 
property line, ranning a distance of 421.18 feet along 

>».« parcels cootal^ 1.9 aor'es. Plate with more detailed 
infoirinatioB are avaUable in the Department of Ptan- 
nli«. (Princess Anne Plasa Area), LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 
BAYSTOE BOROUGH: 

5. Petition of TempMon b Assoetates for a Change of 
Zonii« District Classilicafioo from A-1 Apartment 
District to A-2 Apartment District on certain property 
located on the East side of Baker Road begiiming at a 
pcdnt 326 feet South of Regent Lane, running a distance 
of 172.74 feet along the East side of Baker Road, run- 
ning a distance of 573.04 feet along the Southern pro- 
perty line runnliv a distance of 300 feet along the 
Eastern property Une, running a distance of 420.40 
feet along the Northem property Une, running a distance 
of 187.50 feet in a Southerly directicm and running a 
distance of 207 feet in a Westerly direction. Said par- 
cel contains 3.71 acres. (Lake Edward North Area). 
BAYSnSE BOROUGH. 

6. PetitlMi of Templeton L Assoetates for a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from A-1 Apartment 
District to B-2 Commmdty-Buslness District on certain 
prq;>erty located cm the East side of Baker Road be- 
ginning at a point 100 feet South of R^ent Lane, running 
a mstance of 226 feet along the East side of Baker Road» 
running a distance of 207 feet along the Southem pro- 
perty Une. running a distance of 187.50 feet alohg the 
Eastern pnqjerty une and mnnli« a distance of 223.89 
feet altmg tl» Northern pw^erty Une. Said pardel 
contains 1.01 acres. (Lake Edward North Area). BAT- 
SIDE BOROUGH. „ , 

7. Petition at James E. Baylor for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from R-9 Residential Townhouse 
District to A-3 Apartment District (m certain property 
located on the West side of Pleasure House Road be- 
ginnii« at a point 100 feet North of Brigadoon Drive. 
manii« a distance of 100 feet aloi« the West side of 
Pleasure House Road, running a distance of 445 feet 
more or less aloi« the Northern prqjerty Une, run- 
ni^ a distance <rf 40 f eet along the Westem property 
liM ud running a distance (4435.61 feetal<ng the Soutti- 
eni iffoperty line. Said parcel cratains .85 acre. BAY- 
SIDE BOROUGH. 
USE PERMIT: 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

8. Application of Marohuck Corporation for aCoiKlittonal 
Use Permit f«- mlid-warehouses on certain pri^rty 
located on the West s^ of Bater Road beginning at a 
point 342.W feet North rf Norttampton Boulward, run- 
ttfiK a (ttstance (d 341.09 fed al(ng the West side of 
Baker Road, muiflg a distance of 652.92 feet along Uie 
Northem prq)erty lii», running a distance of 722.29 
feet alimg the Western pr(^rty Une, ntanii« a distance 
of 113.37 feet al(»g the North side of NorthamjAon 
Boulevard, running a distance of 283 feet in a Northerly 
directioa and raming a distance of 623.65 feet in a 
N(n1heist^ly <Mrectiai. Said parcel contains 5. 39 acres. 
BAYSDE TOIK3UGH 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: ^ ^ 

9. Applicattatt <a Hw^ns and Assoetates. nc, for a 
Condition Use Permtt ter a duplex on certain pnqwrty 
located on the Scnih side of 16th Sreet begiJ^ng at a 
point SO feet Eakt of ftirks Avenue, ruling a distance 
STio fed along the Sooth side of 16th ^eet, miming 
a (ttteiKe M 140 fed along the Eadem pnqMrty line, 
rmnllt adldtt<^ d SO feet al(wg the Sodhem prc^erty 
imuk rdmlK a#dttice of 140 feet al(^ tte Wedera 
^e^ Une teM Jpartel contains 7,(W0 square fed. 
VOK^M BIACH WmoOGH. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROOGH: „ . ^ ^ ,, 

10. Ai^icaHcA of The Open ft»r Chisel tor a Condi^ 
ttoMi Use PemR tor a church m aertain. property 
ta^M on the mftt'Mte d Holtaad Roadhe^«^|i 
a pdd ^m tmt. more or less tasi oi wnodMirQ^ 
Bodevani. nniag a dtdaace d 3M fe^ nuffe of^ 
alMf tte N«>ft sUe d Hdlaad RMd, ruuUv a Omwe 
d IM fed along the Eastem pto^rtf line, nutag a 
dlstta^d mwi^ along the Northem property Um nd 
rvu^ a dUMM d tlS fed more or less al(«g ttm 
Westem i«»erty line ftald P^JJ^^Mij^S" 
(Wlrfsw flaks Wed «^) fflMPS^WLUt BOWWGH, 

W^rt J. Webbon, City Clerk 

VBS-t/tt-lO/5 - 2t 



NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS OF 

PRINCESS ANNE UTIUTIES C^RPORATKm 

NdlM ta herd% given thd PriiM^^ Anne UtiUUes 
Corpra^tion bu foed wm the State CorpMration Con- 
missiott d VUgida an ap^lcatton reqnesui% aniacr«ue 
ta ttw rates dtaried tor sewerage di^sMal service. 
The CiNumteslM ns suspended tee effeettve dde d 
these prop(aed increased rdes and tas sdfeMed a pd>- 
Uc hearing en iiidleattDn In Hs Cwrtrood, Blaaton 
Bdldiiv, BaA aadlleffeiTOr ^eete. Richmond, Vlrgida. 
d 10:00 A.M. on November 28. 1977. 

The revised rdel and diai^es are as foUows: 

RATES FOR SERVICE: 

Each residential custoner: 
Each i^Murtmrat cudomer: 
Each oorameroial customer: 

BlU is based on wder 
consumption: 



$19.50 per (luarter 
115.00 per quarter 



i>ird 
Ned 
Ned 
All Over 

Uldmum: 



1,300 cubic feet: 
7,700 cubic fed: 
90,000 cubic feet: 
99.000 cubic feet: 



I 0.60 per quarter 
i 65 per 100 cdrtc fed 
i 55 per 100 cubic fed 
i .45 per 100 cable fed 
122.00 per quarter 



1250.00 
1250.00 
I150.0O 
1100.00 
I 75.00 
75.00 
750.00 
750.00 
750.00 
750.00 



ConnecUon Charge 



CONNECTION FEES: 

Single Family Detached Houses: 

Duplex per udt: 

Single FamUy Towdumses: 

^Mulnoite (per udt): 

IMds and Hdels (per udt): 

OfficeBdIdngs (per office): 

GasoUne Stations: 

Restaurads/I^ve-ins: 

Laondromds: 

Car Washes: 

All Others: 

Estimated Quarterly water 
oonsumpUon in gallons 

22.500 $ 250.00 

22.501 45,000 | 500.00 

45,001 67,800"' ^ $ 750.00 

67.501 ' 90,000 $1,000.00 

All over 90,000 $1,000.00 

Plus $250.00 per 
each 22,500 gallons 
or fradion thereof 

The estimated water cmisumption wUl be calcutated 
based on an estabUshmed d Uke usage. At the end of 
12 months, an actual quarterly consumpticmdUl be de- 
termined an an ^}ustmed to the connecUon charge 
wlU be made if necessary. If tbe adjustment resdte 
in additional connection charges payable, same wUl be 
pdd within fifteM (15) days after notificatioi. If Uie 
adjustment resalte in a reduction of the origtaal charge 
coUeded, same wUl be refunded within fifteen (15) 
days. TheJ^licadwlUbeadvisedofthteprocedure ,p« 
d the time of MipUcatioJ for Service. 

There wiU be no further c(»nection charges to the same 
user udess character or stae of business changes, at 
which time any addlUond charge wlU be compded as 
provided in tds tariff. 

Ccqiles of tiie aniUcation containing the proposed in- 
crease in rates may be reviewed in the office of the Clerk 
d the Commission, Bladon Bdlding, Richmond and at 
aiqr company office at which biUs may be pdd. 

On or before October 27, 1977, Uie company will 

' file with the Clerk ol the Commission ten copies of the 

jBwpand tadiitaqh-Md-adiibtte ol jea«k wftmns it 

lit^s to presed in direct testimony m siqn>ori d Ite 

)4i^tfedlon.\ Cofdes of dl such testtmcMiy and exhiblte 

wlU be avi^Ue for review on and after October 27, 

1977, in th^leit's Office of Oie Commission, or at 

any office d Ute.<»mpany at wUch biUs may be pdd. 

On or bdore November 10, 1977. aU persons who ex- 
ped to submit evidence at-the pubUc hearing as a party 
Prdestad, and to cross-examine company witnesses, 
must file and serve a Notice of Prded In conformity 
with the Commlssiim's Rules of Practice and Procedure. 

On or before November 16, 1977, the Comrntaslba's 
Stdf and dl persdis who have filed a Notice d nrotest 
and who stlU eqiiect to participate at the hearlif as a 
party Prdestant dnd fUe ten copies of aU prepared 
testimony and exdidte dthe wltaesses to be offered, 
at the hiring, and shaU serve a copy thereof upon the 
company and iqx» aU other Protestants requesting same. 
Not tater than November 16, 1977, aU Protestante 
also shall have fUed a written Proted as reqdred by 
commission rdes. 



Any Iderested person (public wlteess) who desires 
to make a stdemed at the hearing in his own behalf, 
either for or against the application for Increased rates, 
bd not dherwise partidpate In Uie hearing, need ody 
appear In the Commission's Courtroom at 9:45 A.M. 
on November 28. 1977, and complde a Notice d Ap- 
pearance Form wdch wlU be provided by the Commis- 
sion. AU such persons wUl be heard as expeditiously as 
posdUe, beginning at 10:00 A.M. or shortly thereafter, 
on tint date 

All written commudcatioos to the Commission regard- 
ing the application for increased rates shodd be add- 
ressed to WilUam C. Young. Clerk. State Corporation 
Commission, Bladon Bdlding, P.O. Box 1197, Richmond. 
Vlrgida 23209. AU written commudcatioos to tbe Com- 
pany shodd be addressed to Edwin C. Keltam. Es- 
quire, Sdte 1020, Flrd k Merchante Natiimd Bank 
Bdldng. 300 Mdn Kreet, Noriolk. Vlrgida 23510. 
PRINCESS ANNE UTILITIES CORPORATION 

VBS-9/21, 9/28 - 2t 



NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS OF 
ARAGONA UTILITIES CORPORATION 

Notice ta herd>y given tiiat Aragcma Utilities Cor- 
pcmtton has fUed witii tiie State Corporation Com- 
misdon of Viii:lnta an q^Ucatiw requesting an In- 
crease in the rates charged for sewerage disposd 
service. The Commission has subtended tee dfecttve 
date d these proposed inc. eased rttes and has sche- 
dded a public hearing on the appUcation In Ite Cmrt- 
room. Bladon BdMng, Bank and Gove^or Streete, 
^■-'"^n^ Vlrgida. at 10.00 A.M. on November 21, 

The revised rat» and diarges are as foUows: 
RATES FOR SERVICE: 



Each reddentid oidnner: 
Each qiartmed cwtnao': 
Each conmerdd customer: 
BlU tebaMdea water 
consumption: 

Flrd LMOodtiefed: 
N«rt ■'.WenMcted: 
N^ 90,000 cdiie fed: 

AU Oeen* 99,000 addc feet: 
Mil 



$19.50 per quarter 
$15.00 per quarter 



$ 9.60 per quarter 
$ .K per 100 Mbic feet 
$ .55 p^ too cubic f«d 
$ .45 per 100 edilc fed 
$a.00 per qaarter 



Copies d tee ^pUcation cmtfaidng tee prqpoMd to- 
crease ta rates wm he revleirad te tke da<^d tee 
Clerk d tbe (^hkisdM. Btaden Baikttag. l^hnoMl. 
ud at any Coffipaf office at wUdi IrfUs my be pdd. 

Cte «■ bdor* Odober 20, 1977, tke Cw««qf wUl 
file wttk tke a«tt d tke Commlsstoa mjcasim d 
ttH infuwd tidlMny and exUUte d eaA dtaMS 
tt tttatt to pmtBt ta drect ^iAMoiMr to ^vwt 
d tta ^gMcitftn, «C^ea d aU sack taMmmr ttl 
«ittlte wm he avafldAe tor rvika on and «Rer 
Oetokff m, ivn, t» the Cleric's tiltee d tte (^b- 
al^fln, or d alf oMee d tee CmivMy atwld<£ 
Mils iNy *« pdd. 



Hi 



On or befiire |Nivd»her 3, 1971,^ M|iMJ*kO 
exped to sd»ait eddeiiee d tke pM&W^ *• « 
party PrdeMuit,Mdtei3oas-«iaidMCdd|iMi[iHU 
Besses, mod ftleaid serve a Notice d Ptdtst i» 
eodormi^ wlte tee Conntadon's Rdes d PtttdlM 
and Frocwtare. 

On or bdore Itovember 14, 1977, the ConmUdMi's 
Stdf Md dl p^MW who bate fUad A Hdtkk of Pro- 
ted ud .d» s^ tlmf^ to nrtifi^ie d tttMni 
as a party ^roildkd ondflle tM fmk§.mm 
pared testlaony dd edddte d th* WMOJ 
dfered d tke heertng, and shall «erw a -— *»*-^ 
d mm \M Cmt^of and upttn all ether 
reqiMtli* saner Nd tater than November -, 
dl ftrdedaote also dull have fUed a writteh 
iesi is re^nt bjr Cdnmtedon Rdu. . , 

Any tatdwfted person Mlc witnaMVtdM.MrM 
to make a ddemed d tkeheartM Ih tkpi^Wm, 
either for or ittlnd tee ^laUoatlor iheritsdl wm, 
bd nd dkMlae pidldpate te the hearlii, mt0lta 
awear te tiw Conidsdoe's Cokdrooii Aj-MAM. 
on NovMnber 21, 1677, and complete a Rottef 0|'A|K 
peannee Ford wdeh wIU be provided by tht C««ikdair 
sloo. AU mA persoas wlU be beard u «i»edt%idy 
as posdtte, Milndu at 10:00 A.M.. orihMt^teitf** 
after, on ttt#te. . . *, 

AU wri^ ecNninadcdlons to tee Comnlsdw^it^ 
gardlK M antftoaflta for increased rates ahead hi 
addressed to wEtamC. Yohi«, Cl^-k, StdeXd«i»- 
tlon Cotetttedon, Hadon Bdhttng; P.O. Beat 1117, 
Richmond, Vlrgida a209. AU writtm oonnnattadis 
to the Conpuiy sh(Mid be addressed to Edwte C. Kd- 
1am, Esqdre.Sdte lOlO, First A Merchante NatloHl 
Bade Bdldng, 300 Mdn Stred, Norfolk, Virgide SISIO. 



ARAGONA UTTUTIES CORPORATION 
VBS-9/21-9/28 - «t 



NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS OF 
PElffiR(H(E UTILITIES^ INC. 

Ndice te hereby given that Pembroke Utilities, Inc. 
has fUed wlte tee Stete Corporation Comodsslok d 
Vlrgida an qiplicatton requesting an tacreue te the 
rates charged tor lewenge dsposd service. The <kna- 
misslon his sufpfaded tiie effective date d tkese 
proposed Increased rates and has schedded a pddie 
hearing on tiie ipplleatlon te ite Coartroote, BUdon 
Bdldii«, Bank dd Governor Stireete, Richmond, Vlr- 
gida, at 2:00 P.M. on November 21, 1977. 

The revised rates and charges are as fdlows: 
RATES FOR SERVICE: 



Each residedtal cudomer: 
Each t^wrttnmt cudomer: 
Each commerdd cudomer: 
BlU is based onwater 
c(msufflption: 4 ^v 

Flrd 1,300 cuWc ffeet: 
Ned 7,700 cubic feet: 
Ned 90,000 coble fed: 
All Over 99,000 cdiic fed: 
Midmum: 

CONNECTION FEES: 

Sii«le FamUy Detached Rouses: 



li 



j9.50 per qpiarter 
15.00 per qaartkr 



i 6.60 per dikrtd 
.6S per Maku tm 
.5$ per iOp eiSe fed 
$ .45 per 100 enhte led 
$22.00 per quarter 




Apartments (per 

Mdels and Hotels (per udt): 

Office Bdldings (per dfice): 

Gasoline Stations: 

Restaurante/Drtve-ins: 

Laundromats: 

Car Washes: j " 

AUOteers: ^ ^ 

EstUnated quarterly water 
consumption te gaUodt 



96.06 

mm 
mM 

TIO.dl 
760.00 



Connectioil CkiriN 



0- 

22,501 - 
45,001 - 
67,501 - 
AU Over 



£2,500 
45,000 
67,500 
^.000 
60,000 



i6S0.0O 
600.00 
790.00 
$1,000.00^ , 

$1,000.00 Piu 



orme^ 





The estimated wder consumpUoa WUl 1*1^ 
based en an estabUdiment d Itee iMge. At 
12 months, an adud quarterly cons^Ooi tdttikt 
ddermteed tid an adjudmed to tee c o nn e^a k MwrM 
wUl be made U oeMssary. U the edudmedl iemm 
te addtioittl cumection charges paydde, mum fdll kt 
pdd witUh fifteen (IS) days after ndittCf^Ml.. tt the 
adjudmed resdte te a reduction d tee wfiM^dMifM 
coUeded,' same wUl be refunded witUn ilfld^ {K) 
days. The ApplicadwUl be advised dtiiteproedkire 
at ttie time d Application for Serdee. ^ . ^ 

There wiU be ao further comieettoo Chargit to tbe 
same user udess chander or stee d basiaassddkiea. 
at wdch time aiqr addtlooal charge wUl be coikpded 
as provided te tds tariff. 

Cod^ d tiw iwlication cootaining tee propoaed 
increase te rates may be reviewed te the dOce d tee 
Clei^ d tiK Coramteslon. Btanton Bdldnc RlduiOMl^ 
dd d any Company office at wUch UUs may be paid. 
'on or before Octbber 20. 1977. tiie CtHnpaay will 
fUe wlte Uie Clerk d tiie Comnussioo Idi om1« d 
ttie prepared tedlmooy and exhlMte d eidi tOmM 
it idends to presait< to dred testtmoinr te sq^od 
d ite dtplicatian. Copies d aU each testtteoi^ dd 
edilUte WiU be avdtable for reddr on ttd after 
Odober 20, 1977, te the Clerk's Offloe d the Cod* 
mission, or at any office of tee compear at wddi UUS 
may be paid. 

Oa or bdore NovNuber 3, 1977, aU persons Who u- 
ped to dibmtt eddence d ttw pdiUc hearilt as k party 
Prdestad, andtocross-examteeCcnqMaywitnMi^, 
tend fUeandservesNottcedPrdedta cooAuldte 
wlte tiM Commission's Rdes d Pneti^ ud ProM- 
dure. , ^^ i ' i 

On or bdore Ni^mher 14, 1971, tee CmmMt^t 
m$a aa9 dl person who have filed a Ndlee dPrtMid 
and who still e^ed to partidpde d Oi hikrttt M 
a party Protested and file te* eonies d aU prwired 
testimany m idittite d the wttaMSM to be ifinrM 
d ti» haariag. aad Aall serve a aepT tekridiiea 
Uie Compe» aad «ob dl dho- PidestMis reqnNt- 
li« sameTUd tater than Novmber 14, Itn, aU »«• 
tedads also steU lave filed a wrtften Prated as r«^ 
qdred 1^ CoDiatestdl Wee. ^ ^i.^^ 

Any iitowded MTson (pubUc irtteess) wke MM 
to nuke a datemS d tte ketrttt ta Wiwakd^ 

dtiier ta- or mm the mAMifDe m mmm 

rates, hd ndoWierwteepartidp^tetl»^ttta|.i|«l 

P.M. on VmmOm II, 1677, aad '^imlft t m^f^d 
i^iearaaee Forte mtA wUl bt prdA* l» tt 
mbtiop. AS MA tersoes wUI he hHrt M 
ttoitaly as posatete, (iglndng d 1:00 P.M. or ) 
themfbR*. ea teat dfte. 

AU wr«di eddoadcattons to *• C««fW»^»- 
gardm the Mdtetttp tor iaereaald nM^alMMke 
addressed tolw^ C. Yoaag, Chp*. *ft^9» 
tloa Coteliifl^L^adoa BdkMIr YX^ ^ IW. 
Rldimoid, "WifMs l»e6. AU 
to tin ^ki^uty dMM !w . 

liik wnp ig, 6W|juw i street. noR 

PEK^MiKis unu^i. me. 
v«-«^-6^-Jlt 




OnOER OF POBUCATION 
la the Clerk's OCOM o( 
the Circuit Court ol 
the City of Vlrclid* Batch, 
V». on tte Zeth day of 
A^inst, 1977. 
WtyaeK. Naihv. 
Ptetatlff. 

Biittn teteUn Haihe, 
OefUMliit. 

Ttwobiect of this mM 
is to dliili a dtvorce friw 
tte biiiilaf natrlmoaylraa 
ttwiiildeleiidaBt.npoBtte 
^oMfs ol destrtiw. 

MM an ainda«it havtt« 
b<M fflade am tU«! that 
tte delMdaflt is a noa-re* 
sMMrt eithf SUteotVti-- 



QRDER OF PUBLICATION 
ta tte Clwfc's Omce d the 
Cirwtt CMrtottheCitrof 
yiifiaial 



BMCh.VA.,wthe 



19th *fal 
Mh 



mi a 
Albef 




iher,1977 



to. 



PlaiBUtf. 




Public Notice 



AMal^ser 



m s^eet of Ws Mtt is 
to 4italt a ttvoret a rmw 
M ttete to hi iMn< Me 
a itmet t ttanio iMtrt^ 
writ froM tkanM4etai- 



gya, tte Ml hnem post 

dttoa iNMW kiMi: c/» 
Ifr. aM Mes. iimtori. 
aode%Bti4lX5rtarto 
Fla. mmn ts ordered 
that ato do apge^ here 

within tea (IflS *n hfter 

dne pAiktaiiiilitfMl. and 

do iiM aaytenMaaanr 

to priAic(h«-iMM<^ia 

tUsiiM. 

A osigr-'N^: ^oha V. 

Fcntreis 

9f: PaM iK Ke«Behaa,De- 

mtap, Ctait 

^»ardT.Cat«n,m 

»a|lMflcAvene 

P.(K Bss 42 

Vif^aia Beach, VA »4S8 

VBS-l/7-»/M-»/«l-»/M 

, 4t 

CUi^ NUMBER 
DUtSOZ 
SmiMOMS (MARRIAGE) 

Sq»rtor Coort ctf Catt- 
tonia, CooB^ of Oraage 
700 Civic Ce^r Dr., W. 
SaaU, Ana, OdUOnia 
tt701 

In re the Barrto^ ol Pe- 
tttKwer: mmrt Michael 
Dvffjr aad Raqtondent- Vi- 
danwelMfy 
IKmCE! Yon have dlea 
sued. The coivt may de- 
cide afaiast yon without 
your heiflf heard onlesa yon 
reload vltUn M days. 
Read the iaformation be- 
low. 

1. Tt the itapoMioat 
(See foot»oto}: 

a. Thepatltioierhasfll- 
ed concttr^c your nar- 
riace. Yon UMiy file a writ- 
ten rvapaase iMhinSOdays 
of the date ttnt this aam- 
nona Js awrrad on yon. 

b. If yon ^ to ffle a 
written reapsnse irtthin 
sndi tlaw,yanrd^HttBiay 
be entered and ttie court 
g^ enter a Jndimed coa- 

■ ■ ■■ wo^^ 

oil^ipM^rqponstt «9- 
port, chOd castody. ehOd 
ngpMi, attorney's fees, 
conta, and sn^ other re- 
lief as nay be grated fay 
tha eonrt. wUdi conld re- 
adlt in tte gamidHnent of 
wages, tekiBg of moon or 
pvperty, or othor rmtl. 
e. K y«o wish to seek the 
advice ef an ^tenw to 
MsBtttlM-, yonalMilio 
an proBitlly ao Ihd yaw 
wrmsn raspsBae, b any , 
■urhefflsdoattaM. 
Dated May U, 1977 
WllUaai E.8tJokB, Clerk 
By: KiAUeSlMians.Dqwty 

*The reqnue and otter 
permitted pi^ra n»rt he 
to wxittog and to tte fma 
prescrOwd by flle Cali- 
ton^ Rulea of Conrt.Thcy 
BMst belltod'tottiacoart 
wtt the proper liltog toe 
and protrfof servleeof a 
capf ofeadonpstttlsncr. 
"nt tiaw when a nmnwaa 
U denaed nnirod on* a 
party may vary depanttg 
on tte mettod of swvteo. 
For eauBfte, aae 
OCP 41S.10Mtn^41S.40. 

l«S-9/7,l/14,»/ll,»/M 



Ana an afBdivIt feavtag 
kaiatondsamfiMttattto 
dsHMMttoaaOB-fiMMt 
of tt».«MaofVli!^ri«»tha 
toil haam port affierndd- 
ma toMf: tea Sll. MM 
Fort Oiwum Awadi.Shy* 
toBB laiA ttorida It to 
ertwndttirt ^4ei9pe«r 
han««kl»tonfl«)da]»af- 
tor Am laMlenOoB harecf. 
Ml da liat ntoy be aocM- 
aary toiroteet her totnwat 
tottliam. 
A eopf-Taste: John V. 



withto tea (10) diya dtor 

due pnldieatton hnvtf , nd 

do what aw ba nsMMNuy 

to prote^ MS iaienst in 

ttda Mit. 

A copy toato: Jita V. 

Fentratf 

By: PamA.KaaBrtaB.De- 

pn^ ^irfc 

SdBto Utohael SeMdone 

SM UoBdOB ttlvd. 

OMe Towe, PwtoBMMthi 

Va. 23704 

VBS-9/2l,10/5,10/12,10A9 

4t _^_ 

ORDER OF PUBLICATI(»I 
kthaCl«fc'8 Office Of the 
Clicnit Court of the City 
of VUfiato Beach, Va. on 
the 19tt day of September, 
1977. 

Terry Afeto Dettmaa, 
PlalMm, 



to the Virginia Beach tai, 

a aawapaper pattlaMd in 

the City of VttfMUrtweh, 

Viifinia. 

A copy testoi John V. 

Fwtrasa, Cloili 

By:. J. Curtto Frm. D.C. 

E. S. Rulfto i SUM, p.q. 

sao Citisana Bank BatMfag 

Norfolk. Vlrgtoia »H0 

VBS-9/21.10/9 2t 



By?>rtiiA.KiinihiH.De- man, 



il^ Tereaa SUvto Dett- 



nte^Ctaik 
Otttos~ 



iDwBvilte 
»oe First VirglnU Bank 

TONHBT 

in St. Pad's Blvd. 
Mottoft, VA 0910 

VB8-9/a.lO/5,10/t2,10/19 

4t ^^ 

ORDER OF PUBUCATiON 
to the Clarfc'a Office of the 
arcait Cenit of the Ctty 
of VtiitotoBaadi, Va. ontha 
tl at Ay«(8«d«Mber, 1977 
EbaaerCanlMiket 
Forkay, 
PlalaHll, 

Xtt? Dunne Forfcey, 




The flhiaet of thto aatt 
to to oMato a divorce a 
at tkoro froM the 
upoB tte 

^ of crnelty - Con- 

atnidlvBDaatrttoa. 

And SB affidavit havtag 
beea made aad fitod thattte 
dat«Bdaat to a aoB-reaidant 
rf the State of Vlrgtoto. 
the laat kaown post office 
ndinaa hatog: George 
Stroat. RD#l7Ltol«, «« 
York, 19797 it to ordered 
ttat he do appear hera Witt' 
to tea (10) daya dtor daa 
piMlcatioa hereof, aad do 
vdKt May he aaceaaary to 
pratact Uaintoraat tathto 

aMt 

A oopy-Taato: Jaha V. 

.A. Kaaadnn. De- 

Siwf Taich. Jr. 

709 Oaa Mate Rasa East 

Norfaik,VAtSS10 

VB8-9/29.10A10/IS40/19 



Defeadaat 

The d^oct of thto suit 
to to Qktata a divwce a 
vtoeuto antoiBMBii from tte 
aalddat8adaBt,9oatha 
gnNBda of toivtog lived ae- 
parate sad wart 9m- a per- 
iod of mora ttaa oaa year. 

And SB aflldairtt having 
bean Bade and fitod thatthe 
dafaadMt to a non-raatoent 
of the State of Vlrgtoia, 
the last kaowB post office 
addraas baiBg: M9 Chans 
Lane, MUdtotown. Rhode 
tolaad K to ordered tfaiA 
she do appear hare witUa 
tan (10) daya allH' due pid>- 
lleattoa hereof, ud do what 
■ay be nae^aary to lav- 
ted her iatoraat to thto suit. 
A conr-Taato: John V. 
Featress 

Br- Pattl A. Keenehan, De- 
BBto, Clerk 
liaivtoJ. Radto 
Atlaatto Natn Bank BMg. 
Norfolk, Va. 29510 

VBS-9/29,10/S.10/12.10/19 



C8DER OF PUBLICATION 
to the aark'aOflleeof tte 
CIrealt Conrt of the Q^ of 
Viiftoto Beach, VA oa the 
21at day of S^teaiber, 1977 
Ratt Laellto tttaahaA 
Bi«haa, a/k/a RathLadlle, 
CoUlM Coafhir Bughea. 
Ptotamt. 



DnvMBa|baa,Jr., 
DataBdatfT 

The okieet of thto aalt 
to to dMato a dlvorco ab- 
aotote nd final fnn the 
satd dafandaaf, ivon tte 
gtoanda of daaartioa. 

AbI nn affidavtt havtog 
baaa aada aad fitod thatdne 
dllUMf a has been aaad ty 
or to kahaU of tta eon- 
ptataaBtto Mowtato to 
rtl^ epaato oreotpofBtloB 
thadsfOBiaMto/v&dtaf- 
iMt, tha tost kaowB poat 
9n» Bddnaf halK: 911 
Gtoa FaUi CoBfVWria 
Baaek. VA I9«l ft to or- 
darad that hadoaipaarhBra 
wtthto tea (1(9 4iya after 
daa pMteafloB haraof , aad 



ORDSB OF PVBUCATKXI 
to tha Ctort'a OfSca of the 
CiraM Ceart of the City 
of Viigiato Baach, VA, oa 
tha tlat day of SoptoMber 
191?. 

AU Ikylor PrlM, 
nalattff. 



AHBrilPrica, 



doirtat anbaaaoBnary 

to protaet Ma totntet to 

tMaaatt. 

A eopy-Tasto. Joha V. 



aiOW CAUSE (HtDER 
imitoia: to The Circuit 
Court of the City of Vir- 
gtotoBaart 

Oatte 16tt dqr of Sefitera- 
bar. 1977 

Re: Fraaeto KlgM Morri- 
aetto, Deeeaaed 

C.P. «4601 



Dtosmore, ttae^ «f tte 
eatote of Francto Eight 
Monlsette, deeeaaed, and 
of the debto and daaaada 
miaat Ma eatate haa been 
ffladia the Cteik's Office 
nd ttot ato mootha haa 
dqwad since the qpiaUli- 
catlcn, on motion of the 
Eiaeutor; 

It is Ordered, that the 
crettftora of, and all oOwra 
iaterastad to, tte astote do 
ttem cause, if any tteycan, 
OB the saventt day of Octo- 
ber, 1977 at 10:00 A.M. 
balore thto Court at ito 
Conrtooon agatoat tte pay- 
ment and dravary of tte Es- 
tnto of Fraaeto im Mor- 
riaetto, deeeaaed, to the 
taptaea wlttoat requir - 
lag r^andlag booda; and 

It to farther Ordered, that 
a tsm eopy of thto Order 
be paUtohed to the VIrgtoto 
Beart Sua a pqwr 

of taaaral drealattoa totte 
Cl^ of Vlrgiida Beach oa- 
ee a weak isr two sbccm- 
aiia waeka. 

A copy taate: Joha V. 
Fantrasa, Cletk 
Br- 3. Cartto Fruit, D.C. 
Joha B. l»Maiore 
Poat OfltoaBoi 5529 
VkjdMa Beach, Virginto 

VB8-9/29, 10/S - 2t 



S3 



The o^aet of thto aatt 
to to ahtoto a «vorea a 
vtondo m^lnMitfi from the 

, the 

faifarattentoas- 
taf aaeyaar. 

tfOdavtt Uvtm 
ifitodttatdae 

... ,„ Iky 

or to^Miatf of tte Coai- 
ptottpaf to aacMtoto to 
iMdl Biaii^ or eopwm- 
ttaB tta dataadaat to. wttb- 

oM mm,m iuit 



Br. Patti A. raawiton, De- 

K, Oarit 
iL. Bughea 
1M4 Tomxt Coart Nortt 
Vtagtoto Baaek, VA 29454 

VBS-9/lt,10/5.10/U.10/19 

41 



SHOW CAUK OSDER 
VIRGINIA: 

to tte Circuit Court of tte 
City of Virgtota Beach 
Svtembwr 21, 1977 
to The Matter of tte 
Eatate of 
CharlM Xaatodty, 





1, Lot 2, Mtotral 
TiaUar Court, Mnanl, 
Viiftoto 23117 tt toardar- 
ad that ha do apaav hare 
wittla ton (10) 
daapaMkaaoB 
do wIbI nar ka mmm^ 
|» prated Ida lufwaal to 



osMS or pOBLiCATna 

to tkaOart'a Office of the 

of ni^ Baaek, Va. oa 
tta 19ft day ef September 
1997. 
DoaaaOFUtoy, j 

JFtotoy. 

Tbi jMaet of tkto aM 
to to Mm a 





A «pp-taste: J«ha V, 
&?SKa. 



of Ika dUiBiUt'a 
tottapaaHpi 
tiary a« iKttaaMafaMM, 
havtog nm aaparito m 
•part tor 

Aal ai MMnM hattV 




nifito. 



Bvaaa 

' - Rivar IM. 



»^i 




It upautok ttat a re- 
port oftta aeeoaato of XM- 
tod Vi^nto Baak/Sea - 
haazd ■Menal fimeator of 
Ike Estate of Ckariaa Ka- 
■tofty, deceased, aad of the 
dttto aad danaada agataBt 
htoeat^haakaanfUadto 
tte Ctofk'a Olfies of tUs 
Coait, aad ttat aMit ttaa 
ato nMaMa hava oisfMd 
atoee the qaalttfaatioa of 
the ato Saao^ir, on mo- 
tion of tta Exaeaior, by 

i^^a^ri tt to 

li^BB) that the era«- 
tora sad tf alkM^ pwaoaa 
iaiwiafad to the Eatato of 
Oartoa fai^Nl9> ^a^Ms- 
ad. do ahow mm%, tf any 
ttay eaa, OB the 17tt day 
of October, 1977, before 
thto Covt aattoeeBftreaa, 



«®KR OF WlgCAfl^ 
to tte Cltot'auosaaf tte 
Ci^ Court of tia Cifrof 
Viigtoto Beach, ^.ao «» 



C,1977 



2Md»at8i 

Fntfk Bland, 

PtoiaUtf. 

^pinat 

RottLaeUand. 

Defaaitoat. 

The fll^ad of this suit 
to to obtoto a dtvorea a 
vinculo m^iUaaiMllran^ 
the said dafeaiiai. «oa tl» 
grauadaof ■ardttuioaa- 
yaaraeparattoB.u 

And SB affidavtt havlag 
been made and lUad ttat 
the datondant toilM*- 
sideat of ttaMNitfw- 
gtoto, the last fetoaa poat 
SffiM addreaa MMr 241 
Rodgers FoegaJi^^Bal- 
timora, Mar^artltour^ 
dared ttot rta% appdir 
kye yttk la jai^ ,j^ 
liter dM poiaiaiman kai»- 
of. anddowhaliaifbaai^ 
caasary to pfrtaat bar to- 
tnasttottlsai^ 
A copy-Teatoi: Jika V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keeaeto», De- 

pdty, Cl^ 

Tbomu F. Baitv tt. 

Sidto 525 - t a a ttwk a One 

BIdg. 

291 IndepeadeBM Blvd. 

^^rginirBeadi, Vh. 23462 

VBS-9/29,10/5,l«/12,l«/19 
4t 



And an affidavit i^ivtog 
beea to*da andfitodthatthe 
dataadant to anon-rMid«rt 
of tba Stoto of Vin^da, 
the laat known pod offi^ 
addreaa being: 410 &d 
65tt Strad, Apartndk 4G. 
New York, Na« York. 10021 
it is ordered that he do 
appear hero withto tea (10) 
days after due poMicatioa 
hereof, Md do what maybe 
necMaary to ftt^A his 
interad to toto salt. 
A eo{9-T^»: John V. 

Fenttwn 

By: P^ A- Keenehan. De- 

pib, Oeik 
bMT.Dail 
Suite 304 nasa One 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-9/14,9/21,9/29,10/5 



MMt of the State (tfVir- 
^da. the toat Imown pMt 
^^^hto MhtoMS batap 210 
ItoloBmraat. BoQBten,N.J. 
tt to orderod ttat U do 
^paar here wtthto ton (10) 
4if a after «m pdWeaoon 
hwaof, and do whdntoy 
bt aacessary to prdeet 
hto Iderad to thto suit. 
A conrrTeste: Jtto V. 
FMfr<ws 



Bj: Pdtt A. Ke«i^aa.De- 

pdy, Ctoik 

RonaHH.Iferks 

909 CM Mate Plasa Ead 

P.O. BoiMQt 

Nuf(^, VA 23514 

VBS-9/7-9/14-9/21-9/29 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tteCleif aOttcaafte 

CiicHit Court d( fhl City Of 

Virginto Baack, VA, on tbe 

14tt day of 8eptea*ar, 1977 

Joyce Brdun AdiuBS, 

Ptoidiff, 

againd 

David BMTy Adams, 

Defeadad. 

The ob)ad af ttia aaft to 
to oMato a tfwna a^Mtouto 
mdrlmodi freto tta aaldde- 
fendad, qna Ika gftittto of 



yeui'. 

Aad an affidavtt havtog beea 
made and filed ttBtlhe da- 
fenAuit to a naB-rasidMt of 
the Stote ef Vttftoto. the tod 
knomi pod otMaaili^aabe- 
iir- c/o J. B. ttiAktot. BFD 
Mid Acres. Hid ^i^ it 
to ordered thd be de mpear 
here irithto ttfr (10) daya 
after dne piMtoittM iwraof. 
aad do what aMf be neeea- 
aary to looted Ma idereat 
totMssdt. 

A copy-Teate: John V. 
Fwtrass 

By: I^tti A. Keenehan, Da- 
pnto Clwk 
R. Stanley Badgtos 
Suite 1102 Fird and Mar- 
clanto Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-9/21.9/29.10/5,10/12 
4t 



ORDER 
VIRGlNlAt to the Ctatalt 
Court tilthaClly of VIrgtoto 
Bea<^ OB the Znd Day of 
Saptonbtf. 1977. 
IN RE: Aoptioo of Thnoiaa 
Lee Duke 

By: Mfltoa Alirad LeGalt 
aad SaaanAnneMcC^^ 
Duke LeGault - 

Thto day eama MIltoB Al- 
erad LeGanlt and Sasaa 
Anbe MeCaUey, Daka U- 
Gaatt, Petttioners, and ra- 
preaedad that the d^ect 
of thto Koceeding to to ef- 
lad the adeptloo of the 
diove aamed li^ut, Tho- 
mas Lae Duke, by MU- 
ton Alfred LeGaatt and Su- 
san Anna McCdlqr, Duke 
LeGantt, tadwid and wife, 
and affidavit having been 
made and ffied ttat Joseph 
Frands Difte, Jr., to a 
nataral pared of said cMld, 
and due diUgmce has been 
used by ortobdialfoftte 
Pdtttoaers to aaMrtato to 
which condywetHpora- 
tioB tta aaid aatnnl pared 
to, wtthod effect, tte lad 
known post dfice addreaa 
beb« 716 Rarway Avoma, 
Cheaapaake, Virginto. 

It to tterafim Orterad 
that the aato Joa^ Fraa- 
eto Duke, Jr., appear be- 
fore thto Court withto t«i 
tt|daMiaft»Dd>Ucatlon. 

^ Ua^I^ill^lftWRrBtoiifD^' 
poaed Bd^l^, or otber- 
wiaddo "vritot to neeenary 
to proted hto totored to 
thil matter. 
Aeopytede: 

John V. Fedreas, Clok 
By: PattlA.KeeBehan,D.C. 
Ridlard J. Tavsa 
Royatwr Bldg. 
Two CoBunarcial Ptoee 
Sntte300 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-9/14,9/21,9/29,10/5 
4t 



miDER QV PUBUCATION 
to tha Ctat's Office of 
the ClKUtt Court (rf tte 
Ctty of Viri^ata Beach, VA 
on toe 30tt day of August, 
1977. 

8tavaBL.Zicht, 
J^liliMf, 

LladaLaeZleht. 
Odendad. 

Tha o^act of thto sdt 
to to ottteto a divorce a 
vineuto mataimoaU from 
the said defandad, upon 



tte groonda d aepara^m 
for UMW fian one year. 
And an affidavit having 
been made and ffied that 
the deton^ad to a noo-re- 
dded'of thaStoteotVlr- 
dnto, tta last kaom pod 
office addraas bdag: 1127 
Wed 4tt Stood, Dulutt. 
MtoMada 5W» tt to or- 
dered ttd aha do appear 
here withto ten (10) daya 
after due piMintiaa here- 
d. and do what may be aa- 
cessary to proted her to- 
tored to tUa adt. 
A copy-Taste: Joim V. 
Fditrcss 

By: Patti A. Keeneh»i. De- 
puty, Cldt 
Viaced A. Bertolld 
214 Midtov^ Bldg. 
Norfolk, Va 23505 

VBS-9/7,9/14,9/21.9/29 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
tt» Circuit Court <tf tbe 
City of Vbrgtoto B^ck< V A 
M Uw |6tt ^y oS Aifiut 
1977. 

G. C. M«^raw, Jr., 
Ptointifi. 
apttod 

BreBte Aim McGraw, 
DdMtad, t 

Tbe ob)«d of tola sm. 
to to (Mato a divorce a 
Tiocdo m^rlmmii from 
the saM ddddad, #oa 
ttw grounds <rf <»e 3%ar 
sqiaratton. 



And m affidavit having 
beea n«te aad filed that 
the defM&d's last knovn 
pod office addr^ is York 
Com^, inrgiida, a^ ttat 
due dUigwee tea been ^ed 
Inr ud (to behalf of tte 
plaintifl to ucertain to 
whd oMdy or eorpiHratim 
tte ddendad to, irittamt 
effect, tt to ordared tlat 
she do aivear iwre withto 
t«i (10) days after itoe 
pddicanoo bsnoS, and do 
what may be necessary to 
prded her ideivd to this 
sdt. 

A cqpy-Teste: Jolm V. 
Fedrus 

By: Patti A. Keendan, De- 
puty, Clertc 

James A. Roy 
Greed»ier Law Bl(%. 
116 Coastal Way 
P.O. Box 1523 
Chesapeake, Va. 

VBS-9/?'4/14-9/21-9/2t 
4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

bttaClWk'sOffloaoftti 

Circdt Court t* tte City 

d yirgtoto B«ad|^, on the 

IStti day d SaplaMMr, 1977 

MaddtoeS.ABdre«va. 

PUldiff. 

agatod 

Rdart Fraaeto Aadrewd, 

Defen^d. 

Theol^adoftlfaauttto 
to ditatt a *Mf«a auansa 
d ttwro fwWLJ'i!*?.^^ 



del -"Ka. 

And aai4B*tttteti3»b«eB 
nude aal flWi Ikd ttjda- 
foadad to a nj^ydrtdeBt of 
tta Side tfV^^tta tod 
kiMwa pbd aMM addiaai 
bdM: 311 WiDui^fodDaad., 
aSSa totoad. New York 10114 
tt to ordered tttt te do i^ 
paar here idik ton (Wd^a 



and dowhdaa^aaeea- 

nry to prdad IM tol«rest 

tottiaaitt. _^^^ 
Acopy-TeattJatoiV.I'aB. 

trws ^ ^ 

tm: PattiA.Kaaadpn,D«i«ty 

Attwrt L. FMy. it. 

219LaBdaaW«d. 

PortoBiodh,VAm04 

VBS-9/21,V»»W/l40/M 

ORDDl OP MMJCA'nON 
to tta Ctert^a^ee d tta 

Circdt om^km^ 

of VttHhtoliPI ^ « 

tke«hday 

1977. 

MarttaA. Bead, 

Ptato^, 



B. Bond, 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to the Clerk's Office of toe 

Circdt Court of tte City of 

Virginto Beach. VA., on toe 

2nd day of Sqitdnber. 1977 

AUr^o Rodrugnto Valen- 

tto. 

Ptottittff. 

agattat 

Susdi ^ael Valoitto 

Ddaadad. 

•Hw object of Uito nitt to 
to Obtoto a dirarce a vto- 
ddo matrimooU ftom the add 
detoo^ted, vppa ttie t^onais 
of Uviag sqarato and i^art 
for mm thu one ydtr. 

Aad aaaflldavtthaviagbaaB 
nuiib and filed ttat,ttada- 
foakMtt to a nm-r^dad of 
tha il|te d Virginto, ttw tod 
knowa pod <ait» address 
bdm: 370 KlmhaU Strad, 
Manleheder, New Bai^iddre 
OlSCe tt to ordnad thd aba 
she do iffpear here vtttta 
ten (10) days after diM pdl- 
lica^ hereto, and do tdat 
may be Mcessary to pro- 
ted her ider«rt to thto aatt. 



A eopy-Tede: **n V. 

Fanfraaa 

9r. fWl A. Keendan, Da- 

RMni4E.Pa3nw 

229 N.Lyaahavaa Road, 

Sdto 112 

VIrgtoto Beach, VA »452 

"v&/l4,9/21.V»,»0/5 . 
4t 



it <S«rt Wtliileit. 
ol VIrgtoto Beach, VA. on 
tte 90tt day d Aogud, 
1977. 

Detores June LitUe. 
Platotiff, 
againd 

Lloyd Luther Little, 
Defddad. 

tlie objed d titts adt 
to to obtato « <ttvwce a 
vineuto matrlmcait tnm 
tte aaid ddandad. noon 



tta grooMte of owtimious 
and udsterrupted a^para- 
tton fornunvttahOMyaar. 
And an affidavit havtog 
been ma<te and filed ttat 
tha defeadutt to a non-re- 
sided d the Stoto of Vir- 
ginto, the lad known pod 
i^ce addreaa beli«: 107 
Pine AvenM« Moindsville, 
Wed VIrgtoto tt to order- 
ad ttat be do ippaar here 
wltUa taa (10) days after 
(toe pddle^loo hd'ad, and 
do Hat mar be MBcaaaary 
to pfoted lUa bdarMt to 
tbtosatt. 

A copy-tede: John V. 
Paatrass 

Br. Patti A. KettdUA. D. 
Clerk 

Aton B. Cmneaa 
5216-B PrineasaAnnaRd. 
Virginto Beach. Va. 

VBS-9/7-9/14-9/21-9/29 
4t 



CSmS, OF PUBUCATTON 
tatteCtork's(Xficeoftta 
Circdt Court of tta Ctty 
of Viri^to Baach, VA.. on 
tta mduof Augud, 1977 
PHria i^dly PttSard, 
natotffi. 



Rebart Thomas PUchard. 



immi OF FUBUCATK» 
to tta Ctaffc'a OMa of^ 
mm^ Conrt « Ite O^ 
d Virgda B«teh. VA, oa 
tba SOttlhy of Aici^ 
1977. 

MMttT. 



ft«mtiab«<todBMitrtm«y ■^. 
ftom tte saki ditfMM'tWM ""> 
tte grwad of tevU« Mm 
separated for ovei- oo^ War 
AMI a affidavtt havii« 
been made awl fitod thd tte -. - 
(tofrated Is a noa^ro^Nd> • %, 
of Uie Stote d Vlr^a, the ;, ,. 
lad knwB piat office add- „^ 
rasa bdftg: c/o Bapr EJU- ,^.. 
8«,NewpOTtBoad,mnyille, ,; 
West Vinida it is wder^ , . 
ttat steitomwar ten wtthto 
ton (10) days after doe pub- ; 
UeaUka torad, aid do what -- 
may be necMsary to pro- . T 
teelharideradtottrfisdt. u^ 
X copy-Tedf: John V. Fen- .o 
tress ', 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- ; .^ 
pntoClart(. 
J. E. OsrteKa 
1900 VltgldfNaM Bank '^'' 

Bl«. :''-' 

Norfolk, va. !^10 



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OnDER OF PUBUCATION 

to tta Clerk's Office d toe 

Circutt Court of the City 

of Viifinto Beadi, VA on 

tte Id day of Sejptember, 

1977. ' 

Dorto Jean Edm(»ds, 

Plaiatift, 

againd 

Willtom C. E<toionds, Jr. 

DdMidad. 



lAject of 

(if 

ImcWl fWm 

tte said' ddeodant, iqn» 
tta grounto of one year 
a^toration. 

And an affidavit having 
be«i made and filed that 
the (tofendad to a mn-re- 
siddit d tte Stole d Vir- 
ginia, the lad known pod 
office addraas being: Ken- 
ton, t«messee tt is order- 
ed ttat te do aWMT here 
wittito ten(10)days after 
due pd>llcaUoo hered, and 
do i4at may be necessary 
to prded his idered in 
ttd»sdt. 

A eopy-Tede: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Pattt A. Keenehan, De^ 
puto.Clerit 
J. Briaa Donnelly 
3104 Arette Avome 
Virginto Beach. VA 23451 

VBS-9/7. 9/14, 9/21,9/28 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION- 
In tta Cleric's Office d tl» -^ J 
Circdt Court d tta Ctty ofc^:' 
Virginto Baadi, VA, on tte.- 
im day d S^tember, 1977^^^ 
WvrenG. Seal, j,..: 

Ptoidiff, i 

againd .-.y 

Rosalie G. Seal, 1.^. 

Ddendad. ,' 

Tbe dJjed d fids sutt tt'' 
to drtata a divorce a vtoculof'f 'l^ 
matrimoBtt from the aidde- "^ f 
fendant, iqxa tta grodida of ^ -•'^ 

attoltory. '' 

And uaffidavlt having boM y. 
madeandfiledUattheder roi). 
feadad to a non- resided dt^ 
tta Stoto d Virgida, the tost,,, <>. 
known pod office address be- ,^ ; 
ii«: 922 Farley l»red. Mount 
View, Callfomto tt to order- 
ed that she do appear here 
wittito t«i (10) days after due 
pddication hereof, and do 
what may be neoissary to 
prated her toterest to tids 
sdt. 

A cwTeste:, Jdm V. 
Foitresa 

By: Pattt A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Leonard D. Levine 
160 Newtown Road, Sdte 416 
Virginto Beach, VA 2S49| 

VBS-9/2i,9/28,10/5,10/12' - . 

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Gary Date Daimport 



Tte ohtad aC IhtofBtt 
to to obtoti 9 «v«f«a a 
Mirio 

tttaald* 




Tte o^ad d tkto sdt 
to to obtato a dtvaret a 
viacato aatrtoMatt fton 
the aaM dafaidid. won 
tbe gnaada of deaarttoo. 

And aa affidavit haviag 
haaa made and fitod thd 
tte dafaadad to a aoa-ra- 



Tte ol^ad d ma adt 
to to flbMa a dlw^ca a 
^^odo BMto^noalt frdu 
tte aaM ^MHMtod, upoa 
ttto ponds d«a-ywr se- 

Aad n affidaiM tevtag 
bdmaada and fitod ^ 
ttta driHMiHrt to a Boa- 
raddadafjteft^ofVfr- 



Ma^d,tttoof#N5ttd 
te do qipHu- k»9wmM 
taa (10 4m iAw due 

wwMifatwB teraof- and do 

iMI Mf te na^MffT t* 

proted btototwad to ttto 

w^. 

A Mpy-Taato: Jote V. 

FaatrBM 

By: Patti A. 

Ky, Ctoit 
tart D. Eton 
Roydar Bl%a.-iiM 902 
Norfolk, vTmiOi 

VB8-9/7.9/14-9^1-9/M 
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ORDER OF PUBUCA'nON 

to tta Cl^c'a Office d tte 

Circdt Court d tta Ctty d 

Virginto Baach, VA, on tta 

16tt day «f Saptemter, 1977 

Elvyn May Cory McKeough, 

Plddiff, 

agatod 

Richard Dde McKeough, 

Ddendad. 

Tte oi^addttiisaaftto 
to obtoto a iL-nret a vinculo 
mdrtmoaU tnm tte sddde- 
faated, ^poa tta grounds d 
one yaar'a Mparatton. 

And aaaffUai^tevtog been 
made and filed ttatttide- 
faaMd to a non-raiUed d 
tta State d Virgida, tte 
lad knowa pod office add- 

rwa bdiC udmom. 

tt to wdered ttet te do ap- 
pear tere wtthto tan (10) 

<tojn altor <toa pdflieation 

bared, Md do i«d nuqr te 

BMaam^ to protad hto to- 

tarodtotHaanlt 

Aoon'-Tade: JdaV. 

Fwtreaa 

^: PattiA.Kaaaahaa,De- 

p^Ctok 

AlteBd Barnard, 01 

sm Fird A Morchads Bask 

BUM. 

P.O. BOX 3494 

MMMk,Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLKIATI(»f 
to toe Clerk's cm.w d 
tte Circdt Cwrt d tte 
City d VIrgtoto Beach,VA . 
on tta 9tt day d Saptem- 
ter. 1977. 

Diue SimpsMt Messer, 
Platottff, 
againd 

Rotert Edward Messer, 
DdMidad. 

Tte d>ied d thto sdt to 
to obtoto a divorce a vto- 
euto matrimooU from toe 
sdd ddendad, upon tte 
groimda d desertion. 

And an affidavit teving 
be«i made andfiledttattoe 
defen^d to aMW-reddent 
d tta Stoto d VUi;ida, 
tte lad known post office 
addreas being Box 3131,. 
West ^im %a(^, Flor-; 
Ida tt to ordered ttet he 
do appear tere wtthto ten 
(10) dam dterduepddica- 
ti(w berwt, and do wtet 
may te nacteaary to pro- 
tect Us id»«d to thto sdt. 
A coKT-Teste: Jote V. F«»- 
tr«i8 

By: Patti A. Keendan, 
Cleik 
' iUdrewEge 
1369 Laskto Road 
Virgttito Beadi, VA 

VBS.9/14,9/21,9/28.10/5 



QSDn OF PIW<tCATK>N 
to te QMft's cmm d tte 
(^tmCmi tftteC^d 

Mttlv 9t avteabar. 1977 

daiMW.MMa. 

nmUm, 



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Tte «Mad d Ma ^t to 
to o«totoada«aad«voree 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION. „•. 
to tte Clerk's Office of. .^ 
tta Circdt Cairt d tte .;• 
Ctty d ViMinto Baaeh.VA ^ 
on tte Mb uy d Septem- 
ber, 1W7. 
Vldqr S. Oisdi, 

Ptofattff, 

anind 

WiUtui B. Bosch, Jr. 

Ddaffldad. 
Tte <^ed d ttito suit i * 

to to ditato a divorce a. 4 

vtocdo matriaMdi from ,.. 

tte aaid ddendad. upon 

tte gronads d wttUd de- . . 

s^OoB for a period d 

awre ttaa one yaar. 
Aad an a^^wtt tevtog 

beea made and filed ttat 

tta ddratet to a noa-re- 

ddaatdtteSMadVir. 

^Bto, tta Ml tewyww- 
offiea adtetaa hrty Bob "1 
IM, MMsBta^ %i4s^ 
ttttwdwadttdteitttt- 
ptu- hm wittii Wi p ; 
S5s after *a pdtt^OB ; 
tend, md *i what j^ ; 
teaa^mryttprctedlto ; 
toMNNdtoWaddt I 

A cow-T^ajJoteY.Fdi- 
trMM ! 
^ >^ A. Ka anate n.Der 

Jawa T. awar 
llttaMlWnP^Ead ; 

WirtE^VA. . 

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honors 

etnployms 



Fw^-«^t en^lrrees of 
Fw< Mottf Gcnia^'sHor- 
Mk AmmMy >int^da^t« 
mUH^ne s«rviet anolver- 
nrtsi vitb tte company dur- 
iag S^nnber. 

to IndKMAal ceremonies 
t^ will receive 30- year 
§M ^w and M vill receive 
tS - fmr diver pins from 
Plutf MaHger James L. 
lliAae and a message of ap- 
|Hr«^tion from Uwxj Ford 
0, tkt company's chairmu 
oftkeboaM. 

Ameof Uw rigiit 30-yair 
MB^ofecs eelebratlnf annl- 
wmtl« are: 

Vlrgiida Beach William J. 

J^aat the2S-yearem|^<9- 
eMare: 

Virginia Beach, Clyde W. 
Cherry, Traffic, 444 Da^pldB 
Laie. 

ViiiUa Beach, Alvin F. 
Craftt Trim, Roirte 3, Box 

mk 

Vfrfinla Bnch, Lee H. Jer- 
iriiaD, Chassis, 4447 Look - 
outm 

Virginia Beadi, Robert E. 
liaaoB, Traffic, IS?*; Indian 
mm. 

Vlninia Beach Paul L. 
Sihiuui, Parts Control & 
Vehide SdHdiaiiv, 1133 Can- 
dlevoodlH-. 

Yiiftnia Beach, Meredith 
H. WiUiams, Trim, RFD 3, 
BcaSOSSA. 

Viifinia Beach, Jack C. 
Wood, lainitrial, 113 Wes- 
terty TraiL 




Tte pFoeram at tte Vir- 
flBia BMch City Schools 
PtoMtarium for tl«.m(^h ot 
October will be "From tte 
Shadows of the Pyramids." 
This program tacludes a dis- 
cussion of tte pttrpMe and 
functim ^the^nmUsas 
based «m currete^s^reswrch. 
Ideas of cmstmetloii tMhni - 
ques based on aU^nment with 
the stars are pmsented. 

The Gmt PfnasM may 
teve b^i wM as a naricer 
for svrv^og to re-estd»U^ 
bwmkrt^ i^er tte floods 
oftheNUe. 

Plai^ariim houra: 

Sunday: IM {i.m., Septem- 
ber 2,16,23 and 30. 



After school 
swimming 



The Virginia Beach Fam- 
ily YMCA will begin its Fall 
Children's "After School" 
Swimming Program the third 
we^ of Sqjtember. Classes 
are open to tite public on 
a limited basis and includes 
instructico for pre-school- 
ers through advanced swim- 
mers. Two-week, tiree- 
we^ and four- week sessions 
are arailable. For farther 
information, call the YMCA 
at 499-2311. 



Tuesday; 7:00 p.m 
ember 4,11,18 and 25. 

The Planetarium seats 120 
people and is easily acces- 
sible from the 44 toll road 
^ taking the Lymihav«B E^t 
to the Lynnbaven Paitway 
and turning right at the first 
street— South LynnhavenRd., 
to Plaaa Junior High School, 
where the Planetarium is lo- 
cated. 

T^l^AoH the main <Mce 
at Plaza Ja^or High School 
tnr r^servstlw !«t486-1971 

ADII^iON FREE: ChUdi^n 
uaier a|^ 12 may be ^used 
aibnissioD unless accmnpan- 
ied I7 a matiu% person. 



Every WedMsday evening 
ftom t p.m.1^oi«h 10 p.m. 
i(» Viri^nia BMchRracrw- 
tica Crater ifill hold Adult 
N^. Tl» «Dtire facility 
wiU be anilidale for use by 
adults (W and over) wW 
have VtrgiMa Beach Recre- 
attoo CMter I.D. cards. 

The l^vgram inclwies use 
ol tt»|fanasium, swimming 
pcKd ua teen lounge. Activ- 
ities indode bowling, drop- 
in crafts prt^ram, shuffle- 
board, ping pong, darts and 

pool. 

For tarther information, 
cwtect the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Center, 800 Mon- 
mouOi Lane, ptme 499-1281. 



Virginia Bm<A ^, §^. a. it? 

Fiili,9)ryaiMlPle. 

MMcDMMtfif «te'K MiuwfocMi^Uncntt. And mk Mi, iiry and Pie 
meatcMM9d(ffiu|»itaA'MiinhiEWlc,lincaiid«i^ci; - 

MnArich wtv|ri up wltS chMM M<l inlsr MbKC <» a mA, NMMd tain. 

And, intHr, • MtctouMfple or 
dhoiT pie. So^ ptarim hot 

Md>ciu]d'« FUi, Fry and Pie 
neil at Nfuhv prices. Ju« one 
bteaadiw'iikioM' 



Naval academy band 



The Naral Academy Band, 
Uie Kavy's oldest oxitinuing 
muiical orpmisatioii, will 
present a Sfe^al concert at 
the Naval AmphiUotts Base 
Theater on Friday, Ses^tem- 
ber 30, at 8:00 p.m. The 
concert. co-q)onsored I7 the 
Naval Amphibiotts Base and 
the Virginia Beach Neptune 
Festival, will be a show - 



case program spotlighting 
some of the array d indi- 
vidual talent for which the 
Academy Band is noted. 

Musical variety -- from 
Tchaikovsky's 1812 Over 
ture to Arite Siaw's clarinet 
concerto—promises some- 
thing for every musical tas- 
te. This omcert is free and 
open to the public. 



Piaza civic meet 



PriBciess ^me Plana Civic 
League will hold its mifflth- 
ly meeting October 4, at 
I'M p.ln. at the Plaza Jr. 
High School, (» LynnbavMi 
Road and Sllina Drive, held 



in Kiva I. Speaker will be 
Rebecca Baker, Director of 
the Virginia Organization of 
Womoi (VOW). Her topic 
WiU be ant} ERA ammend- 
ment. 



Virginia Beacli resident 
"self taught" 



Hitsa Viigioia Beach resident William R. "Bill Roettgen 
iwedvwd acez«dttatia> from the Board of Regoits fA ttie 
sib Uidver^ty of New York for 174 semester hours of 
coUegt erefttt, it was literally because ^e was in "a 



First Class 



Nwy , , -: -^„- ,,T,"„ .- -,, 

fiw Navy's Fleet Combat Training Center i& Virginia 
Bea(^ eaMed all his credits - which have since been 
ifl^ed to a bachelor's degree in economics - without 
erw ittendiBg a colli^ dass. 

Roettgoi, who lives at 400 Cbortney AnA, VirginU Beach, 
with lils wife, LeUtia (the former Letitia Lymi Calvert, 
dai^er of Mr. and Mrs. WUUim Calvert of Norfolk), Mmed 
his 174 odlege credits through standardised tests. 



Bill Roettgen states (academically of course) that the 
ezams are simply a way of obtaining credit for what you've 
learned tlffouf^ practical eqierience aod says he thinks 
anyone who wants to give 19 a little time and use a lot 




(A h^f husband's accomplishment. 

"Canying his ^ load at work and then studying and 
taking his exams was really quite a feat as &r as I'm 
cooeemed. I'm really proud of him." 

lUle Roet^oi is qpiidc to note that being in the Navy 
enabMd him to take most of the tests for free, he adds: 
"The costs of flie ezams are miidmal ami the end result 
is more than worth the time and money put into them." 



"TMs is 
emphasized 



no mall-order degree Roettgen has eaned," 
Mr. Billy BUkv, ul eckKilicm ipedalirt 
enqdoyed I9 the Navy. "Not many peofde conU do triu^ he 
has, alttcM^ tiiere are a number of educational programs 
avalUde that offer similar opportunities." 

Roi^tt, a 19^6 pwhiate of Miami's Palmetto HlghScbool. 
ms uawwe that the Rami's External Degree Program 
evefrtil^ed nnUl earlier this year. 

"Whra I faeaA out that there was a program that would 
eMbl» n« to obtain enoi^ coU^ credit tor a degree, 
I had teiiwrsw it," recalls the ami^Ue Navyman. 

Like^oUlar pragruas offered in a number of (^er 
states, the New York Regert's Degree Program is based 
00 a candidate's ability to demcmstrate his or her tamwledge 
VKm^ tasts ratter tten through tte classes they a^od. 
ResKlts of ttie standardized i&6s art compared wiUi tte 
scores of 'da»ro(»i' coUege stadrats iH» Iww ccnni^ted 
a eonrse la tte test subject. If the scores are comparalde, 
oredtt Is awarded. 

The Regent's Eztenml Degree Program received full 
aecredMation I7 the Middle SUtra Assodafion of Colleges 
and S^odds in Jia» 1977. 

Tte tMts 28-year-old Roettgen. took (m<^y during his 
Uaeh hoars) are administered by the Defense Activity 
fw Non-Traditional iklucatimi ^i^ort and by tte civilian 
Edicatioo Toting Service. 

'*tt todt six mtmths to tdce ttie 45 teste - indwiing 
diUige Levd Equlvalaicy Prop«» (CLEP) general «nd 
wm^A teste, DANTES sobjed te^ and two Graduate 
teeoM ExaminatiMis - to ««ed my 174 hours of credit," 
1h)^hr«n eq^ned. 

WMlft Roettgen ^recalls that he Joined the Navy in 1961 
partiaUy because tt fdt the Navy offered the best training, 
he adib, "As a missile fire cratrol tedhaidwi, I've 
ymmi abOBt and worked with equlinnatiMlodingdedrMiic 
cflnpnters, raitor and hjwlrauUc s^ters. " 
*. MM^m, lAo wrves » an instr«:torattheNavy training 
<wtMr to Viq^aia Beach, lays be feds the Regent's Degree 
fti^^ is WMndhing .eiw^rone sbcwki telte niVttlN^ of. 
"li^r a perscm is in or out of the JtiUtery, fiw 
RegMt's Program is available to teem," he ndes. 






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by Eric Stovdns 



Just a few wMks aco 1 btmotMd th« abstw^t In Tldt- 
mter <rf a diMic tenor su-orgao'drans trto tliil ^iwkl- 
IMW in "Rhythm "n* Blues- Jau-Soul." 

"Jlnmi* Moore and CoBpaay" M tt to the pm^'a 
at tte HOLIDAY rSH lODTOWll, 9liytii|^^|tty «kiil 
Maadajrs. Moore pUys an amDUflcd SA. tat mrt to ac- 
qnlrt vtdoffle-- rather to get an echo Mtoet Rt mtiMr*- 
ntad yon ol Ui«t "lehoor of btUad pb#M«"&n*The Man" 
ftylor, Earl Botrtic, Syl Awtin. lUaola JaeqpMt-vhose 
flayii* can bent be described in a word: -seif. 

He also admires Stan Gets. . Charlto Vetera, and m- 
peeiaUy GiM Ammou— "Jnc'—who ms a atri^n- udvas 
(ndau SM^ to show Jlmmle mmm nMhl» ttdUts. 
In tact. Jlmmie's mother was a saxU^ ia an dl-girl bud. 

Moore started, hoiF«»er, as i^MO. a^ ms ra^MMftd-^- 
wen klsMd^-lqr piteHst-slai^ ttster Rmlte Unrpe. 
Be Rla^ sax at nMftr it. High, ftwksr T., and Kctldk 
SM^ «Mt ln«t» mo the bn^Nte iritt Mn Thomas ttd 
the Mnm B^s. a Ui hand. In tteou^ 19M>^ tevas in 
CMcMN> «hei« h» he^ed Gsnr "V8" Bonte to g(ri oo re- 
eat^ tvmmhtt "Mv CMous?" Later, Bonds called for 
Mnre to Jotai Urn oi the road, la IMS Moore plajrad the 
BUBfton Atx Festival irtli Jtoe imm. He hu poned five 
soigs, bot they are in limbo at 9r«i«i>t- Ri> groop has ptay- 
edtlhe MoonrthM-, Bamada Occanfront. Holiday Ian (39th 
>aiiMlnBtie), ami at Bryce Mowtain. 

lUuite verfcid wm the STOP progrun (anUioverty) 
in VUgyiU Beach, and is amr with the N(»-Mk Ho«A« 
Aathority. Be drlvM a fttU-di^s Barley, and when yon hear 
Ms gOb mierophne vorfc, yov'U fbid it no sorprlM ttil he 
is a Sa^teianrhis a gt r e sstw irtyHsiar and ofAortii move' 



marts iwtfeMr itfM^urtiato his Urth sipi. 

In Mrtaia sM^i^, Moon wfH p«rmtt nustolans to "sit 
in,* a iHraetice %t hat uafortiMMy ^pered off in rec«nt 
ynrSu- 

terldra SUuit sii«s lite « W(M|AK. mm she does 
"Dr. t^lpnd" the crovd is mtnedfrMBgr^lngand groan- 
ing to m»A MlMce as the trio backs her stferbly. 

Baitara's influences iu:lwif Aretta Fraaidin, Gla^s 
Kid^ the Staj^e ^agan- She atao ik» NataUe Cole, and 
I'm anre it would be moteal, Ms. SiuA readadrt me at Etta 
Jones Tisually and vocally. Remember "Don't Cio To Stntn- 
gew?" 

Baitara is also a Bocdcer T. ftwi, and worked wlUi the 
Po^Tops and with Dong Walker at such places as the Pep- 
pomlnt, Peabod^s, Lido's, awl Joe's FUh Murtet. In 
HavUi rte woi^ed witt the Mey MoMrs, ud hasdcme 
shnrs Witt Al Green. Ste has 0p«»r8d <a Udc Laaa>'s 
and Calvin Perkins' TV steNrs. tf you (^UMt findlmrre- 
CMdisgs, at your local 8hq> try Nimrod's. 

Drummer Fletdier Harr«ll is an ^-romid PIK) iritb 
whom Moore is U^y imiuressed. 

Hammood Orgudst John Turner is oOled "Chops." pro- 
bacy this n^ers to his nimble fingers, for "chops" are 
tte tyiig Oat make a mtaician eUck: fingers, 14>s, or vocal 
tiKUtUii ftnrever, if it derives IKna "poik ^Kq^" ttat 
would be U^y 4iprq>riate, for jm woot ttad uaore 
down-hi»iet tmk/, raunchy groover anywhere. fUs mak 
can also be summed iq> in a word: "GoooOOOODIU)!" 

Let "^mntfe Moore and Oamaj" have the ideasnre of 
yom^ Catpuj ud you'll be hoUoiring for Moore. 




Tht MtHots g<tfng ttroo^ tteir routiM ud diowlng fte 
hoBM crowd how It Is I 



T hey 're Friday night 
entertainers 




By BUD LOWE 



filrlots fnrmlag ap to go u ilei to i 
wtetltlsallakMt 



What bi^^ens on Friday nights? 

Well at most Ugh schools Friday night means a foot- 
ball game to malt pMple. Yet 50 per cM of tlH^ peqile 
have little or ao interest in the athletes on the field, 
Oey emne to mtiA mid listen to the bands at half time. 
And if you dtet beliove it vmtch at m next game ud see 
how mlaiqr people are leaving after tb» half timaidiow. 

This past FMday nigbt was no «K#tioo. For ttose 
(rf you who w«t to the First Cidonial vs PrincMS Anne 
football ^me.you saw the show of shonni at half time: 
Both Fii^t ColoBial's Marching Patriots and Princess 
Anoe's Marching Cavaliers were on the fidd. 

PrimMMs Ane being the guest band made their appear- 
ance firsts Rod CoUlns and C(»ipany pirt m am^er fab- 
ulous Aow. The miMe ns iiii^b in evety way. The 
marching and manetfvering i«k exe^d^ly good for 
this early in the season. Tb9 goieral effect was more 
torilling thu oqKcted. 

Yes, again this year Roe Collins has the ^w that will 
be the envy of aU. His Suior Field CcMamaodirs^are: 
Pat Kaiser sod Lura Rodcey. with Junior Fi^ Commander 
Louisa Gerard. Tlie C<4or Gmtrd Captain Is T«iett Etlwr- 
idgs, with Co-Cqstain Natalfe Shirey, ud lOmberly Lowe 
u Cqttebi of tin Rifle Squad. N«ct to toke fiie field wu 
Max Gonno and Mi Mattidng fi^rit^jbmn tmt 

iWi ^_ ' ' 

tnuofta 

Patriots sounded and loi^ced pHtty 



as usual was j^yed to perfectiMi. Thilr marchtog amf 
mamnwerlag showed seme rou^ edgM tM are'iot im- 
coBUnOB lor fiiis time of year and wifli a little miM'e time 
fills win smooth out. The goieral effects mts verygcnd 
u wq^^ned tqr the roar of the crowd as th^ went ttrough 
tteirrmitine. 



Max Gonaho has a show that may piA First Colonial 
in fiw tftiO^ ttiis yea^r. They hav« alwiys been imown 
for their first class music but ttis year fiiey may surprise 
mai^ with flieir field show. His &Bior Commander is Pat- 
ride Coffey, with Junior COmmUder Amly Delloro. "The 
\ Color Guard Certain is Marie Anderson, witti Flag Li«i- 
teoaat Dona Aiimtey and Rifle Lieutenut MeUnda Harris. 
ip» It *lrst 1kjrtl«a It ias d^co^^ that First 
Cidooial's liarching ftilriots are ndlling off u Orange 
Bdwl VacattoB for two, including air tran^ortatton, ttckets 
for the Orange Bow} Game and Parade, four nii^tsin 
Miami ud 9BQ aiQiense money. Now all you have to do to 
tet i ticket fn- this one is to get in toodi v^th uy band 
member or band parut at First Colcmial. TUs trip is 
belqg iponsived by the Band Booster Chdb^Flnt ColAiial. 

AU the ManMngBands for miles aroundangettbig geued 
up fW fi» Neptune Festival's Marching Fi^Compettfiet 
m. on oet, 1. TbU will beHi totMi 




be <t Cot High School on Uie first pf OctOb^. 



"Teacher of the Year 



Betty Jeu Slovacek, a 12th 
grade Eagilsh teaeheratXel- 
1am lifh School, has been 
named the lf77-n Teener 
<a Oe Year for file Virginia 
Beach poblic ^nol sj^ui. 
The a neo e B Cw a eat WM made 



by ttvistoe Si^ertotea- 
dent Dr. E. E. BHcfceU ^ 
file SsptombertOthmeettag 
a flm Virghdn Beech Sdool 
BoMTd. 

Itt. SlovM^, in her six- 
th year of teaddng ai Kel- 
1am, woo file Woaan far hn* 
detfeaHeaud prnflcleiwr la 
u fiDi^A teacher and for 
her extaewrlenltf' aettvi- 
fisK wM Kdlam H^h 
Setae's Jmrior Cfvita CUb. 

hi mskisg her nomination 
for the award. Kellam Pite- 
eipd Mlehul C. Tkamldes 
sidl of Ms. Slovacdc, "she 
hu4«B0Bstnted exeeptloe- 
al tmrt e^huslsstic leettohip 
te oer AmtOT Clvttu CMb 
and has prov^ to be u ei- 



donating Uood. In 1976 she 
wu file first womu to loin 
file Virginis Beach Sutor 
Civttuaub. 

Bwa to HowrtOB, Texu, 
Ms. ^owcek Is a grate^e 
of Sam HonrioB State Uai- 
vertfty wito a bachtio-'s 
degree in etec^ton. Sm said 
she almost ditetbecmne a 
teacher, hn* fiittar aecear- 
aged her to fo to coUe^ 
for one yaar.vhn Ae wurt- 
ed to be a legal secretory. 
After ooe year, Ae said, she 
was "hooted," and Aeeool- 
n't Imagine sitting behind a 
typewriter now. 



Ms. ^>vacAMyeh«'main 
Ql^eetlve In teaehiag is "to 
help stadente tUak for fi*m- 
sdves— not Just give back 
l^ormatlai, to ddw deeper 
Mo s^eet areas and kff- 
mnlato torir own ^fMem. 
Mv bvorite w«rt to mv altu- 



dute is'iAgr'.Iwanftttem 
to imow tte r«ison for their 
answer," ste says. 



When not teaching or in- 
volved wlfii eztra-oirriadar 
acfivfilM, Ms. Slovacek is 
u amateur ph(Aogr«ter 
(she's in tte jffocess of coo- 
v«rtiiC ter lanadry romn to 
a photo dark mm) ud fol- 
lows footbeU avidly. *I|^- 
b^ly know as much or more 
about football thu tte aver- 
a^ tan," ti» says with a 
amite. Her fooHMlI fuati^ 
am begu whn dm wa^^et 
ttie BoMton OUen {day iMle 
As wu woridag u u is- 
h»^e in tte Astrodnne. 

^lor to her assignii^ 
to IMlui, Ms. SkoncA 
tai«^ EvUA to- four years 
at Battle F. Wttllams Ete- 
BuMary SOoiA to Virginia 
Beach. 



Fri8b0e 
Champ 



Tte Virginia Bea^ De- 
partment of Parts and Rec- 
reatiai to proud to anaoance 
Uiat Jhunes ZamtelU, qxiQ- 
sored byfiiedqiartm«it,wu 
tte Mt rmmer-qi to toe Jmi- 
ior Frtaiiee Wmrld FtoaU 
teld Septenditf 10, to Al- 
ia^ Georgia. James is 15 
years dd and befinhU route 
to tte Itaals if iriuing Uw 
dty, Aite, ud soufimast 
r^oul &mft^Umm. Ite 
evuts te .^mipetod to were 
Judged (» accuracy and dto- 
taace^ also eatddngfimfiis- 
bii behind Us bade ud te- 
tweu Us lata- JamM wu 
aim^tod a firophf ud ato- 
tal of 1800 to VJ. Sivlags 
Beaito ftn- Us parttdpiAao 
to fiAs jMragruB. Tte VIt" 
0ala Beach Dqiaitment (rf 
Parks and Recreation U 
proad di Jam«t and Us ef- 
forts to tUs iH-ognm. 






Beach 
Births 



f mmm0mmiimmmmm m 

Mr. and Mre. James In- 
ward Brtddwuse, Jr., son; 

Mr., and Mrs. R^rtMa- 
soo Moodlqiaw, son; 

Mr. apd Mre. Pat Ray 
to)tt,S(ii; 



Mr. and Mn.Jote Larry 
Carnvwy, daa|^lr; 

Mr. and Mxs. Robert E. 
Staadtog, daiq^er; 

Mr. and Mrs. JohnlVes- 
IqrGUUlaad 




Mr. aad Mrs. Rotert Ckr- 
istiujtiller, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Sotert Gen- 
try Roop, (toui^er; 

Mr. aad Mrs. J^tey Al- 
yin Donn, eon^ 

Mr. *and Mrs. James El^ 
tert CT99tf, dinger; 

Ur. and Mrs. Michael 
Burry Hill, dmn^to*; 

Mr. ami Mrs. John Tre- 
vor Mapilee, son; 

Mr. aad Uta. James Itoo- 



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sevdt Land, Jr., 

lir. aob Mrs. 
Brtoa Halt, sen;; 

Ibr. and Mrs. Lee War- 
rra Bailey, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. 
WUtoy, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. 
C. Vega, teagUu'; 

Mr. aad Mrs. Rtqr Way- 
no RqUIu, 



dai^er; 
Thomu 



Paul R. 



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to fiw 



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Oad«> her gnldrnKe, m 
iWtam Amior CWtn CMb 
gi^ered fim (MMaattig' 
JagMT CMfim dub award 
ai^ii all dAs to Urn UU- 
ted-iMHi Otea*, Hexteo 
aad JMtraUa. As wu also 
sdedertettnbest family 
aMsor to tte Ctesgieato 
Wstri4* 

Feltov Kellan toiler 



tar ^een 
th^ 



to ea- 
aad 



m ^M ttV tew 4WeBl- 

*' ter four yean u Ju- 

tviton advisor, tte Kel- 

i«m Club became involved 

with tte Red Cross btood 

Mae aad each year tte Kal- 

el* has beu tte ctt7 



princess Anm 
Fmmtr'sjtervlcs 

(the old-fashioned country store) 
Since 1948 



Me . .36$/ A. 
WUdBtodleetf- 
100 '*U7S 

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OeMWr to hrtagtog a Gr^ 
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NEPTUNE FESTfVAL 

TIM N^timt FMtlvaTs Annual 
fm^OW FEAST 

(Meter I eu^Peatetoa l#.aB.-lp.m» 

An afl-you-cm-Mt M0st 
of FrMMi Vlr^M Sm^M 

Oyitw* » fl» teM shdl • SoOIm • ^fMt FriMn 

Ctott Mfieis • Clua. ste|pe • ^M slaw • i^m il^^i 

Frantt Prta • ^k wte^ j^^^ 



Xavy and Air Force Bnto ate Lnna 
Pte Afrin^rs ud tatestrtal ti^& a^ 



TldMto aev M aye M atti^^rw 
mtma BM^atomter 4 CanHrM, 



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abott 



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Be ferocious aboi^ saving some of yc « regularlvi 

Ei^ that beautiM feeling of sattofacnon and well being 

that comes from a in^iilar savings habit ..parficulariy vAvm 

j^ou save at Virglntoi Federal wfiere your morwv eanw at stM^ 

tfn^ng, top IrAnest nrtes. Fbuncf in scxm, ivui't you? 




VMidSftdend 

9 Mmk a^Mnimo&/anm 




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Sf'rving the world's largest ret; 

W«©k endng October S, 1977 
Section B page 1 




on the footba 





CoUmi AilMr (IlfQ ud Imu QHm, Co-muafMs of Am 
KMivifUIt fflfk footlim t«MI. 



Bass masters fish 



By MARK GROVES 
SUN Sports Editor 

Tiiats rl^t, KempsvlUe Higb S^b/xAhu two girls od its 
tpotlnll tMiD...weU more or less, uyvay. CoHeen Asiier 
tnd SussD Gates are two of die teams manacers. To say 
tbe least, it is a litUe uausual to flad two i^rls wltb tbe 
team but Susan aod Colleen don't tbink it sbould be all that 
muisaal. Heck, tkey like football so much they irould preb^ly 
{day 00 the team if they gobU., 

What does the team think of having them? Susan say's 
t luess they like us." "Sanetimes." Colleen quiddy adds. 

Why should two girls become team managers. Colleen 
ordains, "I love fo(Aball and I've been interested in it for 
a loi« time. 1 vUh we eoold^y, but if we could make the 
team I doo't thidc they (the other team members) would 
^ke it. I thiidc it would probably cause problems on the field 
too. You know how it is. A lot of guys would be afraid to 
Ut a girl uid others would probabl]f^ to kill us." 

'Who passBs out tho towels?" 

What about the other girls in school. How have they react- 
ed to their positions with the team" a lot of girls according 
to Cdleen give us dirty lodes andwantto be on the team like 
us to meet the guys." Susan adds," A lot of the girls are 
Jealous. It is fun and there are a lot of nice guys on the team." 





By MARK GROVES 
SUN Sports Editor 



m 



Aboift Iwlet .a nonft II fittMas,,* Jrasbtiids, . and mbs 
hm all over tidewater are rqiorM mlas^ mm their 

wv dlscoTend ^t h^ini^ ^e mlsslnl tem. . .ttief 'r« 
not QiissinI at all...ti^re fishl^ in one of the 'Littte 
CredLBaiuiBaster's' FliA Toffinaments. 

LHA attarby I toad a bunch of these guys gatiiered 
areuid the boat ranp M C^itain pid's Marina swapping 
llshtag UaiiM, hffes and ]MWi FisMag^ories aad friendly 
Iflbs were nnming rampant amoOg the four or five fisher- 
man wi» eitter had em^ tn>^« <» hadkiodly wlsnteered 
to tate a nosy rqiorter dnt c^idMag aromd to take {dctures 
and disturb thefts. , , 

My gracious hosts and gnidat fbr tbe moniing were Al 
Riley nd itHm Jackson. Jadcsoii Is the treasurer of tbe 
Ltttle Creek Bassmasters. 

We took tel! la ii's bass 4K)at, slowly until we cl^red 
the marina. Tbea we todt ott Uke the proverbial bat out 
o£,..ah. Hades, to ;ei^ . i(> with ^ otiMHr Itehermeo. 



On the way out to the fishing Al and John ezpiainec 
that to participate in tbe tournaments you must .wear 
a life preserver, have a sort of 'Deadman' switch connected 
to the engine so if j|ou hi^pen to fall out of the boat while 
it is moving the en^ will cut off, and you must o^erve 
au of the ttf ety mles. 

1te ineieei^ otllMMitester's'flAh for^fiin taAiifim: 
When ttty eateh a fbh ttiiy measure it, weigh it and thai 
release it so ttey have a chance of . catching it again 
someday. 

One other thing peoide may find unusual about the members 
of the club... they don't dring while they are fishing. 
Tliinking of a fisherman without a beer in his hand is 
alniost as lard as {detnring BiUy Carter without one. 
Al explained WI9, "We want to ke^ this a good clean 
qport, so we protect it. There's no drinking, and ^ety 
eqoipmwt is niandatory. We want to have fun, not a 
disaster." 

WeU, all you popr fishing widows take heart. The weather 
is bound to get coole and along with that the fisbii« will 
cool off. Dcm't get your hopes yp too much. I heard several 
of the guys discusdng the TV football schedule, Saturday 
afternoon, Sunday, Iforiday ni|^.. 




JiB Kntiw and Bob Ward MIeers tf Littte Crert Boss'^ 
masters M)oy Om fishing tennfy on the Northwest River 





I couldn't resist it. My curiMity was killing rae. I had 
to ask them, "Who passes out the toweln?" After a coiqde 
of minutes of giggling and red faced looks the girls toU 
me," We don't go in tiw locker room. We carry tbe foot- 
ball up and «town Uie field, cto some first aid, make sure 
there is ice in the bucket and sort uniforms, ttai kind 
ot thii«. The other team managers take care of that oth«r 
stuff." 

The other team managers are Lowell Asher , * end nunager. 
Colleen's brother, Tom McCormick, and Fratk Stooe. 

The girls eqilained that they got cm the team by Just making 
iQ> their minds to do it and then asking Coach Ed BooOi. 
According to ttie girls. Coach Booth had already thought 
about, letting girls work m managers and wanted thMH to do 
it. They, and the team were a little surprised at first, 1 
birt they get along well now. 

I nevor did get around to asking the girls if thqr were 
ddng tids as part <rf a plot by women's Lib to ikvade foot- 
ball...! really don't think there is any other eq;>]anation 
needed than the girls gave, " We love football." 

I was going to ask them a few more questirais but we were 
talking 00 the sidelines during the game between KempsviUe 
and Kellam and the girls k^ trying to wateh the game and 
help their team. They needed it. Kellam smashed them 
40 to 0. Maji>e they should let their managers play. 



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Football, footbalh 

* who's got the football? 



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"Who's got tt Mw?" Amy Morton (Right) neens tobea 
Utfie confused, dUMld she cheer or cry? The football 
Ranged' hands so many fimes no one knows what to do. 
Ledle Jennings (Itft) and Amy are Mascot's for Bayside. 



New assistant soccer 
coaches named 



flmtn.ifi^t^' O Om 



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Virginia Wesleyan Col- 
lege's soccer coach William 
W. "Bill" Davis announced 
the appointment of Sam B. 
&iow and Christq>her P. 
Ramix as assistant coaches 
with the Blue Marlins for 
the 1977 season. 

Tte new assistant 
ojaclws, who graduated from 
Wesleyan this past S|a1ng, 
Ia4eg with them four years 
(rf varsity idaying experirace 
during which time «ich man 
was twice named to the AU- 
IXxie Intercollegiate Athle- 
tic Cootor««:e team. 

As seniors, Straw was 
v^ed as ttie {dayer witt the 
best s^rit and attttude white 
Rennix received ttM Col- 
lage's outstendlng ^or 
athl^ of the year award 
from a local ratfio ^tion 
(WTAR-AM, Ndrfcdk). Both 
men sharad tte mttstandisg 
senior award given by the 
team. 



As i» thp «»l»«>t» seasnn 
MMt Moui^. R«yiis wis 
i«j«HUjr m»mt «* iWtiwfc 
Crthcdic High Sehotd's finrt 



soccer coach to begin the 
program there. Of course, 
the first thing he did was 
to name Snow as his assis- 
tant. 

Coachiq; will not be a 
totally new eq)erience for 
them, because in the off- 
season both coached and 
Idayed for the Wesleyan team 
in the Tidewater Soccer 
League where they again 
were selected to an All- 
Sterteam. 

"We're very excited about 
being on tte coacldng staff 
at Wesleyan," says Renidx. 
"It is a good opportunity for 
us; not many players could 
step rigM into a college 
coadiag pMition immed- 
iatdy after graduation. 
I mvk tUa Miows Coach 
Davis has confMence in our 
abUlttes. We tape to learn 
a lot about odla^ <»adiing, 
and we hope to eoirtribute 
to Oe team." 

Devls co»rln<!N»s "fm 
sure Chris and Sam will help 
ttt 9ute a bit, and tney wiu 
ntfte our twn better with 
tMr««>M. I teel they wiU 
learn % grMt <teal ud aa- 
tureas«»)aAes." 



By MARK GROVES 

SUN Sports Editor 






^- - W'CHttM ^lMlM-«ik^°"^'Mlntti^ nr¥ltwt tiltt^' 
and the 'Marlins' of Bayside were playing hot poUto 
instead of football during the last five minutes of their 
recent pme. There were six turnovers divided equally 
between the two teams in tbe last five mimtes affile 
game. Believe it or not, with all six turnovers neither 
team was able to score, even though Bayside was within 
four yards of rictory at one time. The 'Patriots' pre- 
vailed, by one pointy tbe final score... 14-lS. 

After the game I asked Marlin Coach Terry Morton 
If he thought the recent problem that residted in the team 
having to forfeit two of its previous wins had any adverse 
effect 00 the team Mortoo replied, "No, the guys were 
ready to play, and win, we had the chance to win several 
times tonii^t. We turned the ball over too many ttmes. We 
had the chance to take it away and didn't do it." 

First Colonial Coach Frank Welwter, speaking after 
the game said, "The defense won the game, ft was great, 
oae of the most exciting games I've seen." 

It was one of the most exciting games of the season. 
The question now is can Bayside, after receiving two* 
disaKiointmenfts in a row, (the tunwver of tte scores 
and their defeat) bounce back? We wiU find out this Friday 
alien they take on Kellam. 



Coming up 
this week 



FOOTBALL 

Friday, September 30 

Bayaide at Kellam 
Lake Taylor at Cos 

Lake Ivjlx at Cox 
KempsvUle at First Colonial 
Mmry at Mnc^ Anne 



HELD HOCKEY 




Monday, October 3 


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KenvfriUe at Coi 
Krilan at Bayaide 
Fint Colonial at Princess ABM 


CROBI CCNniTRY 




TwMday, October 4 


MsrrnmNS 


Kelkn n MmpsriUe 
BayMivsFirrtCo^MU 
PrinMss AoM vs CoK 


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^ MIWWK-KMESIW 'Otscipllne In the ClaMroom; 
SocM and EnWIOfMd Problems' 
nOKacVAMpYKESMOW 

NEWS 
-.^m 'Thle** 1W1 Richard Crenna, Anflie Dickinson. 
^ Ptn^ to te«M(iiMh Ma criminal patimust find a My 
^MinoneyqH)ct%to{>»yadei)t.(l hr. aOmtn.) 
WAS WE ^ ItMpid City, S.O., students dramatize 
ffl|Mas(«ctt^ of school deMor^iatlori as it effects Native- 
^wrtoins in ttie trilogy 'The Promise.' 

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IdOM^RPYLE 

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inPOMrtNEROES 

*M flQOOO mi^ After being abused and abandoned by 
Her menacirMi incMher, Penny is made a vrard of the court - 
loMing Wlliona to make an agonizing decision that could 
change the rest 0( her life. 



7:00 



SI THE UPE AND Tll/ffiS OP QRIZZLY ADAkIS Hot Air 
ero' Qrlzzly Aitams and Mad Jack befriend a French 
balloonist who, quite literally and unexpectedly, drops in 
. on them, thanks to shotgun blast by Mad Jack. 

mHT 18 EWMOH 'Triangles' When David's 
rownmate begins daMng both Joannie and Susan he 
* learns the true mewing of 'hell hath no fury like a woman' 
md her sister, when they CMipwe notes. 
m UP8TAtf«, OOWMSTMN Episode 15. 'All the King's 
Horses' James returns frcMti America with renewed 
enthusiasm for the future. But the stock maritet crash of 
1929 dnstically alters the fortunes of the entire 
household. 

SANDY ORIFPTTH SHOW 
BUSTff^ LOOSE Fire wrecks Lenny's apartment, and 
rwches the boiling point, too, because he blames his 
iMddies for stortlrui the btsze. 

S DORIS DAY SMNtf 
THE CSS WEDNESDAY NIGHT MOVIES Jackson 
inty Jair ISTB Yxetts Mlmieux, Tommy Lde Jones. A 
career woman takes e drh« cros^ountry , but it turns Into 
a ntahtmare of persecution and vlcitlmlzation. 

81 THE 0RKK3N TMUL 'Waterhole', Evan Thorpe and 
ther Sprague bittle a dust storm, Intense heat, 
exhaustion as they' search fdr water for the westward- 
bound pioneers. Guest stare Kim Hunter. 
■ CFMRUE'S MIQ^ Someone la paving the way for 
the daughter of a Texae tycoon to be in the winner's circle 



at a beauty contest, so Kelly and Kris enter as ccmteetants 
and Sabrlna and Bos% 0oee as docunwirtary film 
producers. 
^ (B CNLOHOOD 'An Only Child' F^rank O'Cormor's story Is 
a study of Ideals and hero worship: tfiel(yt^eer-oki een of 
an ex-British Army soldier living in IreuM must lbr|^ his 
own convtotions when those of his lather «id his 
schoolmates come Into conflict at the start of the 1019li1sh 
Rettelllon. 

tTQOCLUB CBN Telethon 
M HAWAII An epidemic of typhoid tttrMtans to 
cprei^ and rancher Barrett Fears and Me son, MItoh, fight 
to contain not only the fever but the dangerous 
confrontation between ranchers and squMers sfMlmed 
by reports of the disease. Quest stars John Larch, TrkMa 
O'Neill, Cal Bellini. 

n BARETTA 'New Girt In Town' A drug dealer Iseues a 
Wt' contract on Tony Baretta's new partner, a dog trained 
to sniff out drugs. 

«| THREE MfnSTS IN THE NORTHWEST Plinter Guy 
nderson, sculptor Georae Tsutakawa and poet Theodore 
Roethke are prdflied as they discuss their feelings tfxNit 
art and the origins of Inspiration. 
10:30 gl ANYONE FOR TENN^^ON? 'WHIiaffl Shiftespeare: A 
Poet for All Time' Actor Alan Howard of the Royal 
Shakespeare Company Joins the First Poetry Quartet in 
performing ttie Bard of Avon's best-known sonnets as 
well as passages from several plays. 



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THE Cmi UTE MOVIE Hawaii Five^' WNn a number . 

Ikmnessmen are kili«), Five-O flmte SiefflatMveel 
iowestigating a blackmail opwaiion. 'The &ory <^ Pretty-^ 
Boy Fto^' 1074 Martin Sheen, Kim Darby. Charley /^thur !• 
Floyd attempted to escape poverty and m<»wd to the city 
only to become enmeahed In a life of crime. (R) 

!| THE TONIQHT SHOW Guest host Sammy rNeris. Jr. 
uests: Sandy Duncan. Buddy Rich, Tom OfMsen, 
(comedian). 

SSTARSKY AND HUTCH-MYSTERY OF THE IRSEK 
ARSKY AND HUTCH-'Snow Storm' A mlHIon dMIars - 
worth of pure cocaine is missing after a iMjge drug ^t "^ 
and Starsky and Hutch an accused of 'going Into -- 
business.' MYSTERY OF THE WEEK--Rock-«-t»e, ^y' 
Kim Milford. Member of rock group has premonitions 
about Impending diaaster that (»me8 true. (R) 
m MOVIE 'Gunfighters' 1947 Gordon Scott, Forreet 
Tudter. A gunflghter who hangs up his guns, runs into 
ruMless gang of cattle rustlers. 
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^ MOVIE 'The Man From tN Alamo' 1953 Glenn Ford, 
lulie Adams. Sole survivor of the Alamo, sent too late to 
warn faihllles of comUSg attack, discovers American 
renegades dressed as Mexicans were responsible for 
massacte. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

8 AS WE SEE IT 'Carol City' from the Miami suburb of 
rol CItyi Fla., shows wh« happens at a successfully 
desagre^ated school when school redisfrlcting threatens 
to u^t a comfortable balance of whites, blacks and 
CubanrAmer|c«ts h the tocal high school. 
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OCM^MER SURVIVAL KIT 'Motorcycles' The pros 



and cons of bwnlnga motorcycle are covered. 

SHOQAN'SHETOES 
THE WALTONS Ben leaves Walton's Mcxintain after 
Ing his part-time JQb and his hopes of becoming a full- 
ttme emplowMt^ Jarvia' us^ car lot. 

Bl HEAVYWEiQHT BOXING CHAMPtONSHIf^ Uve from 
adtsbn Squar^Qarc^n in New York City, NSC Spofts will 
telecast the iSHrouhd bout In which World Heavyweight 
Champion Muhainmad All will defend his titie against 
Eamie Shavers, who la considered one of the most 

ire a 
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New York State lottery and find themselves at odds with 
Mr. Kotter, who claims a fourth of the prize. 
H UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS Finaf Episode. 'Whither 
9iall I Wander?' rychard's pending retirement from 
poHttoal life and Georgina's gala marriage to the Marquis 
of Stockbridge bring the servants to the realization that 
their life at Eaton Place is approaching its end. ^ 

SANDY GRIFFITH SHOW 
WHATS HAPPENING! It's All In Your Head' When Dee 
goes to tha school psychologist to seek' help for a friend, 
he Is sure the friend Is fictional and a comedy of errors 
begins. 




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t DORIS DAY SHOW 
HAWAII FIVE-O Jean Simmons guest stars as a brazen 



magazine writer who becomes FIve-O Chief Steve 

MoQtfrett's mgghig critic as he investigates a puzzling 

kidnapping caae. 

QB BAmiEY MILLER 'Bugs' Cockroaches arent the only 

bugs Infesting Capt. Miller's squad room when an 

extenninator accidentally uncovers several concealed 

microphones. 

SAUTOBK)GRAPHY OF A PRINCESS James Mason 
rs in this semirfictlonal film about two people's diverse 
recollections of life In royal India. A former princess now 
living In London pines for her luxurious past while an 
Englishman recalls the poverty of the masses and the 
cruelty of the upper class. 
A 700 CLUB CBN Telethon 
9:30 m CARTER COUNTRY 'Out of the Closet' Chief Roy Is 
dumbfounded when vetorsn teacher Bill Peterson, one of 
his best friends, announces he Is gay and is fired by the 
school board. 
iH^HO m BARNABY JONES Diane Baker stars as one of Betty's 
closest friends who shows evidence of a beating and 
reluctantly admits that her husband Is responsible. 
OB REDD FOXX Guest: Former Heavyweight Boxing 
champion Joe Louis. 

O TERROR Part 11. 'To Confront or Concede' This special 
explores terrorist methods used by underground 
movements in North and South America. 



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NEWS 
_ CBS UTE lyrovIE 'El Condor' 1970 Jim Brown, 
Lee Van Cieef . Two prisoners escape their chain gang and 
set out to. find and conquer an impregnable fortress Riled 
with gokl in the Mexican desert. The fortress is guarded 
by Mexican sokilers headed by a general who Intends to 
keep the gold for himself. (R) 

~ THE TONKSHT SHOW Guest host: John Denver, 
luests: Carl Reiner, Valerie Harper. 
POUCE STORY-THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL POLICE 
RY-'A Dangerous Age' Arch Tatum, too close to 
.retirement for his Hieing, is teamed with a headstrong 
young rookie. THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL-'Adolf Hitler: 
A Portrait In Evil' Peter Lawford boats this comprehensive 
and new evaluation of the madman of modern history. (R) 

!| MOVIE 'Storm Over the Nile' 1956 Laurence Harvey, 
nthony Steel. Story of courage and a man's struggle to 
recover his honor In the Sudan during Kitttner's 
campaign. 
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ftjyiOME.'The Body Snatoher' 1945 Belt Lugopl, Iprif 
Kartoff. 19th century Edinburgh with riMpedaNe doctors 
robbing graves in order to continue dissection 
ffmerlQients. (1 hr. aOfflln.) 

fl AS WESKfTIn 'Retrett,' studento from AusUn, Tex., 
scover that the chaHengea of a rugged outooor retreat 
can encourage underatwiding among p«opie of different 
racaa and backgrounds. 
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Japanese man with teiekinetlc powers kidnaps 
prominent scientist and his Invention, which Increases his 
power to monumental proportions, to take the revenge on 
^WOTKler WOnan hehas planned for 35 years. 
9 8ANF0RD ARMS Phil starts a school for turning mousy 
males Into men fhd his first student sues him for fraud. 
Meanwhile, Esther Airaaterta to sue him for having pets. 

Ri DONNY ANlTMAnE Guests: Lucille Ball, Ray Bolger, 
ul Williams, Paul Lynde. 

WASHINGTON WEEK IN REVIEW 

ANDY QRlFmn SHOW 

CHKX) AND THE MAN 'Take Me, I'm Yoiirs' While Raul 

trying to convince Ed Brown to adopt him, Amanda 
Wilkerson, a caseworker from the Department of Social 
Services, arrives with the adoption pliers. , 

9 WAUfTREEtWEEK Host: LOulsRukeyser. 'A Junket 
Into Junk Bonds' Guest: Harry B. Freeman Jr., Associate 
Managing Partner of Lord, Abbott and Co. 

IIOOraSOAYSHOW 
I LOGAN'S RUN Guest sttf Horst Buchholz plays an 
archec^iat and gun ooHector who makes a pretense of 
offering hospitality to Logan aikl his pursuer, Francis, who 
have made a temp^ry truce, but actually Intends to make 
them prey In a llfe-and-death hunting party. 

tTHE R0O(F0RD RLES 'The Battle of Canoga Park' 
Rockford is the prime suspect in a homicide when the 
police find evidence - his gun, which was used In a 
nrtiNry death. 

m THE ABC FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE 'Trial of Lee Harvey 
(Mwirid' Part i. Lome Greene, John Pieshette. Gripping 
drama details the trial of Lee Harvey Oswald, accused 




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assasiln of PresMent John F. Kennedy. 

8) FIRING UNE Host: William F. Buckley, Jr. Robert S. 
egant, former Hong Kong bureau chief for the Los 
Angeles Times, and Dioak Barnett, the China expert at the 
Brookings Institute* talk about developments In Risd 
China. 
A 700 CLUB CBN celebrates Its seventeenth Birthday. 

10:00 B SWITCH Pete and Mac enter the perilous world of 
Grand Prix racing to solve a homicide after a top racing 
driver Is killed under mysterious circumstances. Guest 
stars Moraan Fairchlkt, Michael V. Gazzo. 
O QUINCY 'A Dead Man's Truth' Quincy has to protect a 
police officer accused of killing a burglar. 
n DOCUMENTARY SHOWCASE 'Guess Who's 
Pregnant?' In 1977, one out of every 10 American girls 
under age 19 wiH become pregnant. Thia documentary 
tells the story behind that shocking statistic. 

10:30 a THE BIBLE 

11:00 aiBfllNEWS 

9 BIACK PEmPECnVE ON THE NEWS David Duke. 
Imperial wizard dl the Ku Klux Klan, and Frank Collin, 
national coordinator of the National Socialist Party of 
America, discuss their organizations' philosophies in a 

ficlai hour-long open forum. 
RALPH WILKEroON OF MELOOYLANO 
THE CBS LATE MOVIE 'M.A.S.H.' Lt. Col. Blake 
promises to cancel the transfer of a nurse If Trapper John 
agrees to represent the 4077th In a boxing tournament. 
'K(4ak: Unwanted Partnera' Crocker must choose 
twtween his duty as a police officer and his loyalty to a 
friend who Is now ttte prime suspect in a murder. (R) 

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M MOVIE 'Return of Monte Cristo' 1946 Louis Hayward, 

wubara Britton. The grand-nephew of Count Edmund 

Dantos cWms rightful Inheritance and Is framed and sent 

to Devil's Island. 

O BARETTA 'Soldier in the Jungle' Tony Baretta la. 

ordensd to go to any length to stop a professk>nal killer 

who has come to town with a syndicate 'contract' on a 

local mobster, but the hit man turns out to be Baretta's 

closest childhood friend. (R) 



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Fleetwood Mac, Byrds, Gary Wright, Hamilton, Joe Frank 
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SlMiiiin In Eist Rutherford, NOw J«rs4y. The conteat will 
pit the Mew Yortt Cosmos, aoMhst Santoe of Brazil. . 
90NG9I UPON ACLASad^the Man from Ntwhere^ 
myM»rto«8 flgure in WaOk lofio stalks en orphan gin In 
1llh>cenluiy England. A frleiid Joins her in setting up a 
\n^«mn ttM elusive stnantir. 

EVQ«^ 

BBSOjSTICE under tiAW The Trial of Aaron Burr' 
TM toriMr U^. VIce-PreekMnt was triad for treaeon in 
1B07. LkridnMifc prscedonts wira eet involving the «wtent 
towhloMMrtrw can protect the rights of an accused and 
the euSpoena i^ower of the iudiciary with respect to the 

mS^'vp From the Maoli' 1965 Cliff Robertson, 
Brodfrtck CrawfoHI. Hommnfy 1041: American sergeant 
hay|fii|f«Bcusd a welcem l no dpmfflittee of French citizens 
beOQirniM a lehietant nursemUdi shuttling them between 
the irtvasion beach and their town which is under attack. (2 

NBVS 
INQ 

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tkuluRoman. 

ENCEWELKSHOW 
■AREA 10 

. fTREET WEB( Hotttrl^is Rukeyser. 'A Junket 
iiio^Junk Bonds' Queet: Harfy B. Freeman Jr., Assbciate 
Mamieins Partner of Lord, Abbott amf Co. 



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pro-. . payviy.. :o men about »o teave prison 

has himMBIHAe walls. 
ID THE-SPIBPMAN 'Fembots in La. 

- son 6f~a dMnged scientist holds Jaime Sommers. 

^f Ck)k)man and Dr. Rudy Wells resporisible for his 
father's death and demands them as ransc > 

ensroy weapon he stole and launched into spac' 

SP»H 'Fish Behind Bars' Part I. Former Det. Phil Fish ts 
ested and Jailed during a demonstration for senior 
citizens' rights. 

^ AGE OF UNCERTAINTY The Manners and Morals of 
Fgh Capitalism' examines the colorful robber baron' 
Industrial capitalists of the late 19th century and their 
ideas on the making and spending of money. John 
Kenneth Galbrslth considers how thn:r .^hiii iiinr, ^fM\ ,\U^.c.[ 
our society. 

Shouday in MELOOYLANU 
WE'VE GOT EACH OTHER Judy tires herself from her 
after a conflict with her boss's top fnodel and attempts 
to become a housewife, a move that threatens her sanity 
and almost ruins Damon's business. Oliver Clark and 
Beverly Archer star. (PREMIERE) 

ft OPERATION PETTICOAT 'Dooley Is a Daddy' Tokyo 
ose, Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt, Secretary of the 
Navy and the Navy brass become Involved when Ddotey 
receives an el8h(-fnonttH>ld letter from his wife and now 
tttlnksshe's expecting a baby. 

IREXHUM9ARD 
THE JGFFERSONS George is seeing sn old Navy 
buddy, but Is It a man or a woman? Louise is suspicious 
and George Is confused. 

~ NBC SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES 'The Reivers' 
Sieve McQueen, Sharon Farrell. Film adaptatton of 
William Faulkner's last novel, set in a small Mississippi 
town, about a chltd-Dke man and his young sidekick who 
'borrow' the boy's grandfather's shiny yellow Winton 
Flyer and head out fora fling in Memphis. (2 hrs.) 
m STAR8KY AND HUTCH 'I Love You, Rosie Mafone' 
Slaraky becomes romantically involved with an 
underworld gangsters daughter and Is compelled to use 
the relationship to gain evidence for a Senate 
investlgatton. Quest stars Tracy Brooks Slope. 
Q TERROR Part II. 'To (>}nfront or Concede' This special 
explores terrorist methods used by underground 
movements In North and South America, 
fli THE TONY RANDALL SHOW Hans Conreld guest stars 
as Judge Franklin's prodigal father who returns to 
F>hiladeiphia to see his son and grandchildren five years 
after Waiter has stopped speaking to him. 

S THE LESSON 
THE CAROL BURNETT SHOW Guest: Steve Uwrence. 
THE LOVE BOAT Three vignettes: 'Oh. Dalai' starring 
in RItter, Jennifer Shaw, Mark Thomas; 'The Main 
Event' starring Sherman Hemsiey, LaWanda Page; 'A 
Tasteful Affair' starrimiJKyin Smith, Dennis Cole, 
m PB»MOVtE THEATRE 'Fame Isttie Spur' 1946 Michsel 
Hedgrave, Rosamund John. A young idealist rtaes to 
political power fightlna for the rights of the oppressed but 
loses his ideida and followers along the way. (2 hrs.) 
"ORAL ROBERTS 

G^RQE AND DIANE IVEY 

Gtms 

MEB(ENO Host: Uojol Oobyna. Court battle coming up 
inMasb«weenran<^»ara«Mi power mencles, sHuaftm 
growirtg in GrlmM County; 12-year-old Brooke SMeids, 
world's youngest sex symbol. 



-J n.w«ic -.o»t a Giant Shadow' 1966 Kirk QBH|||^nta 

Berger. Adviser to President Roosevelt tj^^HW ^ 

an agent for Israel to undertake training ofWllpWBRiers 

and becomes Israel's first 'General* In 2000 years. (1 hr. 30 

min.) 

a JOURNEY TO ADVENTURE 

1:00 B MOVIE 'Stranger on the Third Floor' 1B^ ^■'-■■■'' ' •''"'*, 
John McGulre. (2 hrs. 14 min.) 

1:30 ©ROCK CONCERT (TIME TENTATIVE) 

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UPON ACLAMC 'Die Bmna BUIy'a Pond' An 
ir^ong advMMe loUowe.Ihe treacherous exploits of 
two beys who Mempt to ak^ a giant tanker in a battle 
lininapollu^ detwgent te^ory. 

[THE NFL TODAY A pragnMR {Nwseding each Natk>nal 
t Leagu»4iroideaitti«tth ntwa and features on the 
iother^xMto news of ttie day. 

■ ALLAMON^ FOOTBAUHIQHUGHTS 
MIBUCPOUCYFORIM 

ITHE NFL TODAY ^MnttPjricons ts. New York Gianta 
i AAA'S SPC^IfglVORtil 

I RQi L^ SUPERSTARS 
lyiASTERPlEIK THEATRE 'Okdcens of London' 
I Rve. 'Auw' NraonM ma prdoMional problems 
•fla* lor ChMtoa. He diMnrinea to marry Chrtatine 
Hogarth but ttie courttf^ runa into trouble. His 
diaaoraaments wHh welNoMMn artM Robert Seymour 
over .(he pubNcaHon itf '11w fN^wk* Papers' spell 



Rhode and ^enda, retuma from a year of UMrtim the 
country with her husband to discover one daughter 
divorced and ttie other unwilling to discuss ttie state of 
her innocence. 

RTHE SIX MHUON DOLLAR MAN 'Deadly Countdown' 
t II. Steye aeta out to find ttie men who have kkinapped 
Msllaaa McGrath and forced her fattier to abort a mlaakm. 
gl EVENING AT SYMPHONY The Boaton Symphony 
Orehestra returns for a fourth concert aaaaon wnh Music 
Director Seifl Ozawa conducting a program of Bartok'a 
'Music for Strings, Percussion and Celesta' and 
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1 NATIONAL FOOTBAU LEAGUE GAME Buffalo Bills 
va. BaHknoreCofta 

•CONVERSATION 

• A^ltOeiOQIIAPHY OF A PRINCESS James Maaon 
mni Hi tMs aemMleaonal film about two people's dh^erae 
recpilecflona of IKe in royal India. A former princess now 
ih4ng In London bines nr her luxurkNia past while an 
EngHshinan raealv tte poverty of the masses and the 
cnMHy of the upper dass, 
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_ ALL IN THE FAMILY Archie's got more to tose ttuin Ma 
collatarat when tie eecretly puta everything on ttw tine and 
^aaes his 'Great American Dream'-buying Kelcy'a Bar. 

• THE BK3 EVENT 'Juat a Uttle Incoiwenlenoe' Lee 
Majors, Jamea Stacy. Story of a Vietnam veteran trying to 
help in the rehabilitatton of hia better, withdrawn frietKl 
who lost an arm and a leg in combat. 

81 THE ABC SUNDAY NKSIHT MOVIE 'The Trial of Lee 
arvey OswaM' Part 11. Ben Gazzara, Lorne Greene. If Lee 
Hanwy OswaW had lived to stand trial for ttie 
aaaaasinatkM) df President John F. Kennedy. wouM he 
have been found guilty or innocent? THa veiaet la aought 
by hiohllghta of ttie key eventa in Oawvld's We. (2 hra.) 
P MASTERPIECE THEATRE 'DkHura of London' 
Epiaode Six. 'Poaaesakxi' Now an unrtwHieJ iMOcpaart 
writing, Chariea takes a oourttry hoMday wNh MAfe Kali and 
their new baby. However, he la incraaalngly drawn to Ma 
alster-ln-iaw Mary htogarth, the only peraon who aoema to 
understand him. 

• AUCE Flo's ax>husband makee an unexpected, 
appearance at Mel's to announce that after Ave years, 
ttieir divorce wasn't legal after all. 
"CHARISMA 

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_ VISIONS Original iB.7»T,<,K>n drama returns for a second 
season with Murray Medntek's 'Iowa,', in which a brief, 
bitterswaet : family reunion bringa ' together three 



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i KOJAK Chariea C;iotti guest stai^ as mobator Amie 
race, who Kolak haa tMan ORtenkI to ISMW atoM, but he 
must question Brace's girtfriend aftKr ^le wittwaaaa a cop 

NEWS 
ABC NEWS 
INTOU<^t 
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'"^'oByisBM^' ^°^^ ^^ '* discovered by a 
femal* jHjHKrWff makea good with her ex- 
huabanj^^^^and^) (2 hrs.) 

RMOH^^^BMHHMours' 1996 Humphrey Bogart 
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SERVICE ft PARTS 
Sat. hours - 8 to 2 pjnu 

Area radio log 

AM STATIONS 

WMBG ('?40)-Contemporary music aevs.sunttp-siiiiaet. 

ffRAJP (850)-8oal mosic and iffoframmbig, ndva. 
commons. 



WEOO (940)-"Coi^rypottu" maaie, mms 15 minrtes 
past tiie iKwr, qiorts, agrlcslture r^rt at^:15; tun- 
rise to sunset. 

WPJIH (1010}-Insidrati<»al music and prograinst Mutual 
network new (» tbe biMir and half taonr, wetOor, ^sorts, . 
and puUic itbin pugrams daily, dd t^tto abows 
tnm tlie '30's and 'IDs &ily at 4 p.ait; auMV-Hmset. 

WCIK (10S0}'liod«ii coiffltry arasfc, loeiU news at 
10 ninates past tte Ikrar; 6 a.m. - suiset. 

WZAM (1110)-Ro<ling Courtry Masic, news, vattter, 
sports, traffic rqiorta; aunv to sonset. 

WNOR (1230)-Pn)gre8SiTe Top 40 mtuic. ABC Cod-'^ 
tempoitfQr Nrtworl^. cfxMmom. 

fIS10)rCoa|itry mvaic. Mutaal Neva and Slwrta, 
f«mires, selected rel^ous programniaK; 
aJB, - sanset. 

y/GB (UIO)-CoBtmiporary naili:, news at 55 n^nites 
past tbe Iwor, lieaAinM at 25 mUnftea past,- ^tlflaoaa. 

WHN E <1350}-Country masic, news q^orto; eoeliMOus. 

WPCE (14(XI)-Hit soul fflitaic, gosiiel pntnUBiBins, 
Motittl Black Netlroit News; cortlanons. 

WFOG (^50)-CoBtempm^iry mnsie^ news, *Mtber and 
>>p<iit.s. continuous. 

WVEC(1490)-ABC-Iafomiatioii. 

WVAB (1550)-Musical {svorites, llirtval progimms, 
news :»|X)ii!i, sunup-sunset. ■ ' 

WCnc fl«DO)-Eaqr listening popolar HMgic, "pop" 
c(m»rts, NBC News ud tntares; 6 a.ai.-MiM. 

l^AR-AM, 790« A(talt Ci^empm^ury oubsle, iafw- 
na&», sports, traffic reports, CBS news aM spedals. 

FM STATIONS 

WHI^-FM (88.7)-C(»itenqi»rary aa^. j^s, ^xa^i■, 
8 a.n. - 4 p.m. MaRtoy tla«^ ThoiMMtf, ta-in. - 
U p.mv Fri(by, off tte ai^^^itfMr ud autay. 

WT(Ht (8S>$)-Classieal music, tiatiottainbUeiUdto \ 
NrtwM^ programs, wwa; %M a.n. - 12:80 a.k. 

VJLT-Flf <92.1)-Popidar hit music of ttw last 2of^ 
yean, plus current hit relrases, mws on tteliottr;J 
rontinVM^. I 

WFOQ-FM (S2.9)-Eaay Ust«iii« nwio in ^^80,;| 
80 ^r c^ texlnei^, 20 par ««A voeal, iarly 9 
mori% MWS, 2S and S§ past tee bcnr, 5:5S-8:SS 
a.D., iMws, 5S past tlw boor every olter Mbr, 9 a.n.- 
7 p.m. and %M and 4:55 a<n.. wetter, 27 past the 
lMmr> S a.n. - 7 p.m., oMrtimns. 

WMYK-FM {93.?)-Prt«resaiye Albun Bock music, 
mws at 6, 6:30, 7:30, 8:30 a.m., faatuw attwn at U. 
p.m., mudmum <^ 6 eimimercials per boor; contln- 

WNUI. 

1^Z-FM («S.7)-Eas^ Ustenii« stereo moSlc, six 
eonn«^ils i^ mmt; mws emy kalf knv dur^ 
MTly moriiiag pei^, evei^ ^ms bnir tkroui^en 
tte (tey; wMtiier at tba taif teMir ttrool^nrt tlie day 
aadMrly eyen^f o^iw^s. 

iraci^FH (9«.S)^tereo mrte, lta« ^Mrtainm^, 
A^ NMrs wither, ^orte; 8 a.n.-ttp.n. 

WGK-FU (97.S}-A11 sterao Clanial. feattlelassical 
mwie. MWS, aNUMOus. 

1^n-FM (^)-A]bm rock inwie, Mws lad w^ter, 
nntt^oes. . 

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NBC NEWS 

MOVIE 'Showdown at AWlene' 1»e Jo<* H/tahoney, 
Mrtha Hyer. Former sheriff, now dun-sky rrtunw tmtm 
irvn the Civil Wv to find girl, bellevlrig hlnn dead, engaged 
to ruthless cattle baiofi.nhr. 30 fflin.) 

SA8 WE SEE IT 'The &:ho<}l E^egfegation MIsMd' 
m Memphis, Tenn., tells the story ot«i di-blMk school 
thst was not desegregated by court om^where students 
from a low-income area lack the same ^ipominHtoi as 

I students in desegregated schools. 
ILOVElOCy 
CROSS WITS 
OREENQnOCER 
^NEIL-LEHRER REPORT 
M)AM12 
'mUTH<W CONSE(»JEN(XS 



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_ idUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW Pour famous trials 
before 19th-century Sufwwne Couri Chief Justice John 
Marah^l are drainstizeif In this series of specials. 
'MartHiry V. Madison' established the Mithority of the 
iudiciai branch to intefpret the Constitution. 

§H0QAN'8t1ERO^S 
n.\^ NMONC£RT A musical special starring the late 
su^rstar. The broadcast was videotMad this sumrner at 
obflcertsat ih# Omaha Civic Center in Rapid City ,S.D. 
~ UTTtE mu% ON THE PRMffiE "Hie Handyman' In 
lies Irigalls' absence, Caroline hires a handyman to 
complete wwk on the unfinished kHchen, but Ms 
presfljh^ Is a source of gossip in towm and tension in the 
IngMifKMne. ' 

A THE SAN PEDRO BEM^ BUMS Magnificent UooW 
rne usually mild mannered Moose finds himself in ttie 
boxing ring Milnsta bully who wMts to humlllata him in 
front of his gM and aie^mlrfirtoRali^. 

B) AQE <# UN^RrMfTY 'KariHrfm - The Massive 
ssiint' de«»lbes the wxlal and poHticai context ol the 
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AMovonmm SHOW 

OORmw^SHOW 
^ THE MmY WHITE SH(»V When John EIHot learns the 
qui0tmwm he aM Jcy(» oMiyi^ ^T^mm, Mexk». 
was not valM, he la put In the fiun^Ung eosHlon of 
having to beg her for another divorce. (MM w a two-part 
episode) 

• NBC MOMMY »«GHT AT ITW MOVH» 'Murder M 
rayton PiiK^' Ed Nelson, Dorothy Makme. flit bodies of 
a young eoiipie who formerly lived In PeyVm Place are 
discovered «id the staying trtggers an epWcnMc of 
suspicion and Intrigue among the rstidento. (2 nrs.) 
a ABC'S lyKmOAY tUQHT POOTBAU Oaldwid Ririders 
vs. Kansas City Chiefe frcMn KMsas City, Missouri. 
9 AMERICAN SHORT StGKi Nln« American authors are 
represented in this series of short story adl4>t*tions. F. 
Scott Fitzgerald's 'Bernlde Bobs Her Hair' tells of im ugly 
dueling girt who Is transfomned Into an alluring vamp. In 
Sherwood Anderson's 'I'm a Fool,' a young racetrack 
tout's exaggerations Involve Mm in a romantic idyll. 
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OMNEWS 

MOVUE 'Lous Armstrong-Chicago Style' 197S Ben 

, pin, Red Buttons. Drama set In the eariy years of 

^mwtawig's Hfe as he stn^jgies through a broken 

marrtage and fights the 'mob' for his musical freedom. (1 

01 AS WE %E IT 'Freedom of Choice' examines the 

InwMn^ style and curriculum of a Portland, Ore., 

ntignet school which attracte students from all over the 

city. In 'AHernMive Uarning Program,' Provklence, R.i., 

students establish and guide a unique school in what was 

owiaadewniown bowling alley. 

ilitiOVELUGY 

■»»8lWiTS 

■QREBIQROCER 

■ MA»IEIL-LEHRe) REPORT 
■OOI^RPYLE 
■M»MI12 

■mOOD PYRAMID 
■AtlffRMtALMOSTANYTHINQGOES 

■ E»JAL JUSTICE UNKR LAW "McCulloch V. 
mytand' In 1818 states rights men across ttte country 
nillled ^ ciirb the power of the federal government and 
tfMs ca8# resolved the Issue of federal vs. stete 

lictkm. 
HOQAN'SHEROeB 

"WSL nrZPATRIQCS The Fltzpatd<A children are 
about the family's finances witti a nmv baby on 
Ms way ahdali decide to help out. Sean finds that he is not 
up to holding a job, attending school and b^ng a football 
hero all at the same time. 
m NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS The 



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BHJCATIONAL PROGRAMMING 
ROSS BAQtEY SHOW 
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ARTHUR SMrm SHOW 
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fOOAY 

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PORKY AND FRiniDS 
POPEYE AND BUGS BUNNY 
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lilGVALiEY 
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I MOVIE 'MarrigeOn Ae Rocks' (WED.), 'While the aty 
IPS' <THUR.), 'TN Stri|^>er' (FRI.), 'All Mine to Give' 

t(MON.), 'A Ri«e to Live' (TUE.) 
DINAH 
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top team in the National League Weat plays host to the 
winner In .the Eastern Division in the first game In this 
bestH>f-five8wie8. 

BHAf^ DAYS 'My Cousin tits Cheat' True to the 
nzwelll code, Fortzl will have nothing mox^ to do with 
hia cousin wiitn ttte youth skips school and cheats on an 
exam. 

m MAKING TELEVISION DANCE Choreographer Twyla 
Tharp explores the creative relatlonwilp between 
television teclinohxiy and modern dance. Performances 
inclu(te a rehearsal of 'Once More Frank' with Mikhail 

SBamMHtev aN thebreiAiera of 'Country Dances. ' 
ANDYGRIFFTrHSmW 
LAVERNE mi HURLEY 'The Pact' Shirtey meete a 
man vrhb s^iveeps her^ h^ feet, but Laveme determines 
his true cotors and trlM to protect Shirley from the roving 
wed tothario. 
■ DORIS DAY SHOW 
9:00 a M.A.S.H. An Irrepressible prankster from B.J.'8 past 
snows he Is still In good form when his visit la herakled by 
a report the Provost Marshal Is checking to see If B.J. Is a 
medkad Impostor. 

01 'MREE'S company 'Strange Bedfellows' After a wik) 
party In Jack Tripper- aa^nrteient, landlord Stanley Roper 
(Mto up on the wrong sWe of the wrong bed. 
a M/UIK RUSSELL 0OMS>Y SPKIAL Live from the 
State University of New Yorit at Buffalo, the witty politicsl 
humorist bbgins a third season of comedy-wlth-muaic 
specials, spoofing everything from the Washington scene 
toi«liglon. 
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I ONE DAY AT A TIME Ahn's temper overheats, Julte's 
ilings ignite, and It could all be too hot for Paul to 
handle when he asks Julie to accompany Mm out of town. 
Part II of a four-part story. 

a SOAP Episode Four. Jesstoa Tate and her sister, Mary 
npbell, exchange a ndwsy bit of information atxMJt 



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rrS ANYBODY'S GUESS (EXC. MON.. TUE.) Knockout 

ION., TUE.) 

MIDDAY 

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Jessica's daugMer, Corinne, and Chester Tate Is faced 
with an ultimatum. 

li POISONING OF IMCHIGAN In the fall of 1973, Battte 
Qisek, Mich., saw the mysterious poisoning of cattle and 
people by the chemtoal PBB. This report looks at the long- 
range consequences artd lax controls InvoWed In the 
case. 

a LOU GRANT Lou Is shocked to find out the attractive 
woman he has been trying to meet is the rival editor from 
the 'Today' section of the Tribune, 
a FAMILY 'Has Anybody Seen Our Ship' On learning that 
her ex-husband is planning to remarry Nancy tries to 
break up the relationship. 

«\ AMERKANA 'The Only Game in Town' Basketball IS 
e Inner city game - an escape from reality for an hour or 
a lifetime. Coiches and players talk of the prospecte for 
the, young player to escape from the ghetto and Into the 
rotessk>nai(Mme. 

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_ THE CBS UTE MOVIE 'K<4ak: Be Careful What You 
ray For' Three Puerto Ricans finance their plans to buy a 
tarm by stealing plumbing supplies. 'Anatomy of a Crime' 
1909 Danren McGavIn, Ted Knight. David Rose Is hired to 
k)ok Into allegattons that a woman has found a wealthy 
man's kidnapped daughter. (R) 
a THETONIQHT SHOW Guest hoat: George Cariln. 
a TUKOAY MOVIE OF THE WEEK Death Sentence' 
Cloris Leachman, Nick Nolle. A Juror in a murder case 
dlMsovers that the wrong man Is on trial and finds her own 
life threatened by the real killer- her husband. (R) 
a MOVIE 'The Canadians' 1961 Robert Ryan, John 
Oehner. Three Canadian Mounties convince the mighty 
Sioux who had destroyed Custer to walk the path of peace 
or be driven lMK:k to the U .S. 
a TOMORROW Host Tom Snyder. 



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SHOOT FOR THE STARS (EXC. MON., TUE.) Mike and 
L^nn(MON.,TUE.) 
12:30 a SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 

8(^100 AND THE MAN (EXC. MON., TUE.) 

a RYAN'S Hore 

a ROBERT YOUNG, FAMILY DOCTOR 
1 :00 a PEOPLE, PU03 AND THINGS 

a MIKE AND LYNN (EXC. MON., TUE.) Gong Show 
(HON., TUE.) 

IALL MY CHILDREN 
AS THE WORLD TURNS 
DAYS OF OUR LIVES 
GREEN ACRES 



2:00 a 320,000 PYRAMID 

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JOOCTORS 

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IFUNT8T0NES 
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3:30 a MATCH GAME 

I FRED FUNTSTONE AND FRIENDS 
4:00 aTATTLETALES 

lARCMES 

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IMONKEES 
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IMVERLYHILLBIUJES 

I EMERGENCY ONE 
JOILUdAN'S ISLAND 
8:00 aMYTHREESONS 

I MISTER ROGERS 
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OCT. 5. 1977 
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SUNRISE SEMESTER 
DKKVANDYKESHOW 

MC^ 'Atomte City' 19S2 Gene Barry, Lydia Clarice, 
(tf a small spn of Loa Angeles |[^ysh:ist who has 
beeA kidiu^i^ed by H- Bomb spies is streamlined and 
I)eali8tk:.(1hr.30mln.) 

81 AS¥W SEE IT A Chici^ Student returns to his native 
exico, explorinQjiis feelings of alienation in 'Where Do I 
Belong?' 



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CR06SWITS 

GREENGROCER 

MAOlElL-iEHRER REPORT 

GOMERPYLE 

ADAM12 

000,000 NAME THATTUNE 

MUPPETBSHOW 

SMJAL JiU8TI% UNDER LAW 'Gibbons V. Ogden' 

is 1(Q4 case involving Federal power over commerce 
Md the foupdatlms for an American common market ISO 
years before Europe. 
~ HOQAN'SHEFiaES 

TIMES Wlltona mxkHiaiy awalte the decision 
her pending motherhood from the. Mloptfon board 
md thinks the ockaars in her tavor, but Bo<Aman's secret 
scheme may siKic tftedeck agonal her. 
a NATKWAL iEAGUE »iAMPK)NSHIP PLAYOFFS 
SanM bMo featurMig tt»e winnere of the NaMoniri Lei^iue 
Eaat ami WMt Dtvitions. The game wiA be ptayed in the 
ball part( of Vtw Western Dhrislon team. 

S EIGHT IS ENOUGH 'Double Trouble' Problems 
ratop when Tom and AtAy bretdt up and he begins 
(Ming Ellen Manning, a divorcee. 
a VIRSnIA COAST: PRESENT AND FUTURE 
a ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW 

a RATING LOC^ Lenny is overcome with girilt whm 
he Is attTMtMl to' Vinnie's giri on a double date and learns 

a^wn^^^HOw 

a THE &)» VM^WESDAY NIGHT MOVIES 'Mvy Jane 
fOffm Cri^ iMt Night' Susan Day, Bemte CaMy. 
Rowena Harper b a de^y tibutrfed young mottwr whose 
serious i»ytitettk: pitMems IMU) hw to Mce ttwn out on 
her d^)h^ ^n (lis drama tfxMJtone of ttie natt«i'a most 
swtMM eecw jMM«ns-^M id>uae.(2 hre.) 

aOMMUttS M¥mS TIM Arrets 90 underoovw aa 
iwart^^ tofind «rt why a friend of Sitftrtna's to bairm 
termtted into h^Kdtiiw luM^. 
a (ttSAT mmmuS^^ Tlie MMM«« of f^uo' 
mtmfm*{Mmmmw Pnv Md I^Mcb Fte^y4 Mesk au 
star in Mbttft's Classk: (^>era of ntf rilMw* M^iMea wd 
\(m» iM^ Or. Karl Bohm <^mfciete the \A«mw 
mUMrmonk: Or(«rastra. 

I^a.uB 
BMSTTA It's Htfd But It's Pair* Tony Barette goM 
uttSmxMt aa the tttf ner oi « bwMHMt fomwr 
clMnplon to tnp a killer. 



Uabriel Kaplan, Ftorence Henderson, Thalassa uruso 

(plant expert). 

a STAMKY AND HUTCH-MYSTERY OF THE WEEK 
STARSKY AND HUTCH-'Texas Longhom' Starsky and 
Hutoh have to move fast to catch a pair of killers before an 

Sonlzed widower takes the law Into hia own hands. 
rSTERY OF THE WEEK-'Song of the Succubus' The 
NNKler of a rock group is haunted by a muaical star who 
committed suicide. (R) 

a MOVIE 'Three Faces West' 1940 John Wqrne, Chariea 
Cobum. Viennese doctor, a refugee, and daughter, Join 
Dakota termers In trek from dust bowl to Oregon. 
1:00 a TOMOmOW Host: Tom Snyder. 




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im&m LATE MOME HawM Flve^ Danny to 
M a sMMig «( a teawn e r awd pi^ (^Inton 
Mpliisl Tiim •Mt.ttMiittMyfc^^l^Mw#&#, 
An{^ OMdnabn. An meit noelvM a wroiw immMw om 
from a kidnapper unA ^rtt «;fwming lor Ms mm pr^M. 



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Cwtoai Macto Storm 
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aMAuOt ThatttMrsied wtoman hw Ad ptii^ in sooitty^ 
AieNlttMiM what Vtetoria Butlerfleld't mm proftMM 

a M^AtY Dr.' Rafferiy ptayi detectlva Mir an aMM 
8H#< I 1lf >nd <fi8tchmak«r for teomle M^NIrtttt ifWlM 

a*%iBo MID YiLevisKM mMim f^Msm t»Km 

SeledJ^d Wodcs of WiWam Wagf^.' W||Mfi M*» iMm 
technkiiMs to humorously ej^or* mt% fpMil Of 

A^^^IESPIRIT 

IftMilDERSTtNE »UWES 
a <nf a» LATE MOVIE 'Lettmrs Fram Thflsp t,^ft>rs' 
1073 Juri* Altyson, Ken Bffry. Tliree to#ff« MNmer a 
yeir¥y airfane crash, change ttie nmtiUkmtim M 

fl Sir TONIGHT SHOW Oueat hoat: JItfPQ OeMtr. 
ueite: George Bums. Dr. Johh UHy.iiiBUMtlM). t««y 
G«r^^ ,1^ -• ' i. . •!' 

fl mum Reilvn of OetcrtMr* 1140 GtsM fofd. iamM 
easort, Girl's affection for a librae. Om». baeomte, 
bailor m insanity charge by M*rcentfy nMHMa. 



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SPEAKING OF RECORDS 

By RON REGER 
Music Director, WNOR 



TIDEWATER'S BEST ALBUMS 
Pablo Cruise' - A Place In The Sun 
Ketmy Loofins-Celebrate Me Home 
Dan Fogelberg-Netterlands ^ ,j 

Supertramp-Even In Tbe (^^est M^Miiti 
Little River Band-Diamantina Cocktail 

Crosby, SUUs & Nish - CSN 

Fleetwood Mac - Runours 

James Taylor - JT 

Jesse Winchester ^Nothing But A Breece 

Harry Cl»pin - Dance Band On The Titaiiie 

Jimmy Buffett-Changes in Latitudes 

Linda Roastadt - Simple Dreams 

Greorge Benson - In Flight -' 

Foreigner ^ 

Firegall-Luna S^ 

Heart-Little Qi^en 

Brothers Jolmson-Rigbt On Time 

Rita CooUdge^Anytime Anywhere ^ 

Mothers Finest - Another Mother FurttM- 

Doobie Brothers-LiTin On The Fadt Line 

THIS WaSK'S TOP RECORDS 

1) Star Wars - Meco 

2) Don't Stop- Fleetwood Mac 

3) I Wanna Be Tour Everythii«-And)r Gibb 

4) Boggle Ni^ts - HMtwave 

5) Nobodi Does It Better-Carly Simco 

6) Smoke From a Instant Fire- The Saoford-Towasend Baad 

7) Keep IComin' LOTe-KC A llw SiOshiacSaBd 

8) Best Qt My Love - The Emotions 

9) Strawberry Letter #23 - The Brothers JoiasoB 
IO)The Greatest Love of All ^ Geott^ Bentofr 

11) Swayio' To The Music- Johnny Rivers 

12) Cold As Ice - Foreigner 

13) On A On - St^hen Bishop 

14) That's Rock k RoU-aiaun Cassidy 

15) TelqAiona Line'-Electric Light Qrctestra 

16) Jungle Love-The Steve Miller Band 

17) I Feel Love-Donna Summer 

18) BricUMMise • The Commodores 

19) Si^ed, Sealed A Delivend - Pster Pnmiiton 

20) Gi?e A Little Bit - Supertramp 

MEW THJS WEEK 

Help Is Qh The Way - The UtUe River BaM 

Jittt Remember I Love Y(w-Firefall 

(Lists bssed on local sales and alridaT * from W1K)R A 

FM-99) 

UPCOanKi AREA coi«:ntTS 

0«t. 1 i- ^ohi 3m»/Scofie 

Oct. 7 •■ Mahoagony Hush L Prism/SMpe 

Oct. 9 <- Mn-Luc Pooty/Rogues Galtetf 

Oct. 13 - Heart A Ssitfatl/ TownsMd BU^/ftiMf/bm Cot. 

Oct. 21 - Ke^r Lo^Bs A Dave M»sdii/C»RI 

Oct. 21 - Crusader^A Earl Kli«h/ChrysUB- Hall 

Oct. 28-CMDmodores A The Emotions/Scobe 

Oct. 29 - Firefoll/Wm A Mary 

Concert Kforraation is available 24 bovrs A day hf odUil 

627-7055. , 

lEW AXMUmS 

TBE ^LLIHG STCBIIS-LOVE YOU LIVE 

A IWUng Stones coocert is a very raH <tbBdiiiM.tiM 
of nugic and ezcitemeitf . Few (^h«r rock trQ«|ls arc aUi 
to capture and m(dd an audiMce Mk« tt* atOiMM. TUi, 
tte third Uve album from the wmof SUtmUk^ OOiMS tte 
clec^t te recreating ttaf fAluf of tonatilBi special. 

tece 3WU g^ past te ^magi iUn^ WsrMI esfer, tbere 
are some good ttiags insMa. tt*s a dotiila iMntkat 
runs clMft toan hour aata hsK.Mii tt rfl|bf«iMd Mlee- 
ttoo fr^ tk* wtire 14 ymn UV^ msm inUt. Ooat 
1^ tte 1^ cover ftiol you. it's focM. 

STEELf ^AR-AJA Q^rommsed • ^) 

aac^ |)an and the DoM4e BM^ra iSTe im& mm 
toUmriii^i patttn towani U^ro^ ktti JaaviM. 
Tte n^rlfet [Reefy Dn attna is a Mi waf fr^ tM#it 
tfDoIti^. 

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PUPKES - lllxfld bmd. 
mmwi tiled dofs, lart 
sktpttrd and coek-a-peo, 
Frat to food hon*. Vtr; 
wkiraWo and loftBf , nut 
to toMppraetett, 4ll-SgM. 

Tht STOPOijaalMttaikM 
made anUtiilt to Um m- 
Ue a flte oa Metfy gob- 
MlfMUOR MMiad. -AU 

AMkit U^M»."TUs»- 
MW* KM is das^aad 
it edMarte tte ykmtt ts 
pwjpM- da- tt-yows^ 
tKhiriqHa ki tone kut^- 
tioB laiwi^ad peraou or 
tniapa art aatad to am- 
teet tke trOPOriMriaaUoa 
te> iiirttar tofona^kaad 
sdMuUlfc Tkt alalia a- 
vailakle fVEE el tMtf. 
PlMIM «aMact Mr. Jota 
lArtfl*, ■ ireatkariaatio* 
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FIVE mvpiMlMS' Fi?e 
weeks old, motlwr Aneri- 
ea ^ts, ft^er G<ridea 
Oickn- SpanM. 2 aiates 
aad dree toaales. Call 
499-IM3 aftv 2.00 week 
d^rsaadallWjek-wA. 

PRTtkTE BREEDER wiU 
live tree hcu^e to vUd owls, 
kawfca, or aqr tords ixit 
iwtted bf owwr. Alsoft-ee 
care, for ia^aed Urds. 
l^te penait ao. 0DQ64. 
Write: Ridt at P.O. Bor 
13«n, CkKivmke . Va 



Kn?E» • 4 -mlW old 
Blafk tiMli Ml toe 
^tartkMtMaMiMaitoa 

teat f^toiaadJMM 
orty. 4tMm. 

VRirE CAT, aato (mv- 
teM^lMai^al^lyiHav 
eye Md I Um m, |00d 
taa^MOy. 4M-4W4. 

FREE Hattof totaydraaB 
ph aeort wltonui. CaU 

mMM. 

FREE! Garait Me sipa! 
PlaaaiH»«M?eoiMby 

yovr PKBE pralai&Mlb 
patotods^a. AlMMiffl 

toad ym atrat'iPOKIALB 
BY ORHER" ^M tf yea 
•ca ftovpi aMptoMii to 
sail yoar «*■ toMM. CaO 
422-iltt. 

MUST lto« MM MM tor 
10 auBtli m totoktopanv! 
land Lak. * Ctorma 
Shaivefd. very faad «ttk 
cWMrei^toMtoMlallMMa. 
Call 4M.S«M AJtor 9:00. 



7 wmm oM Mpy, part 
terriCT, ■koto, ikortkair- 
ad, wam-eHant, tomto, 
lood tiM elMiM. Omar 
ftll 
alte4».to. 



MKED SHSLTIE aeeds 
tovtoc kone vitt lots of 
KKMB to run iad ^y. f 
OMiitM <rid female, spayed 
ud las aU aMs. Good 
iUifOBiUoB. FREE to good 
IWMi. 84ft-2«OI. 

ntE£ CBlUMtEM ACTI- 
VITIIS-Story aail ncHries, 
cralt dMSMdpagpftsbnrs 
Cfell CUl«rM ^HATdln- 
tor. Piny Forakaad at 

FREE ST(HtY ffiSUR-for 
^Mrw to ktip mat- 
tog ptmis, tor ditldrca 
•tM 3 to 6. on VedMs- 
days at 7 p.m. Md fiatar- 
«jtt4tUa.m. Ckee^Make 
Betd^wrters Library ia 
GrMt Bridge. 

ratE-pap^m, mind aad 
I trt i i d. Botli Biles aad 
iMBitas. 9«aeitooi4Cill 
4W»I016. 

RMSB «W>D • FrolB old 
Mwd, jood tor firewood, 
etf 427-2211 or 421-0100 

I RAraiTS - FREEtogood 
hD«e. 1 male, I female, 
eokr " grey and wUte, 
S noaaaold. C^e Id- 
elnded. 421-7354. 



YQUR carpet will aevei 
cleaner or look better k 
til you try ua. Free es~ 
Umates - Low rates > Call 
eveiiBi^ iltor 4 p.n., 421>- 



VERT altoetMi«te cai to 
good kome only. Stat jmrs 
tad, irithMKwtUadhalr. 
Has bid dwto aad hubeM 
naalutad. Tratoad to atoy 
Mtdds .to the d^ aw* 
ilacpa Wide at alrtt. 
LMriag area aad mastflnd 
a fori henn. 4M-ttS0. 

FREE - Two eato. Om to 
i aiM Uaek tomato, qtay- 
ad otter to a aidid rtite 
mala, aeirtered. Boto oAs 
are very gantte. Giviag a- 
way beeaaM of aUei^. 
Itoad vary toviag borne, 
(dder eoopto pratorrad. 
Can M7-52W after 5 p.m. 

2 O-WE OLD pops. Mind 
tn«d - Prefer to kew 
tfliwtter to good bone. (^ 
9tt-C0Sl ater 7:M p.m. 




tKyPTA 6Rtt>E?7 Tte 
Ttoewrter smtr testMss 
BwMu is eqiH^ped tou- 
sist yo» wttb jmur &a - 
somer prdUeais. Call 427- 
§6S1 (9:00 • 4:00) MMday 
• FiMay. Tell as your 
proems. If we caa't tolp 
y«Mi, we will eltber toll 
you wlqr or r^r jm to 
IHDper ageDcy whocaahelp 
yoo- 

FEIMBaUL TAX totoraa- 
Uon and aaslataBce. Call 
between I a.m. aad 4:4S> 
p.m. TelapkoBe 461-3770. 

FREE MOVIES every'Wed- 
nesday at 12:10 p.m. at 
Kim Library, Ml, E. City 
Ball Ave., Mwtolk. 

FREE WEATBERRgPCmT 
Op-to-tbe-hoar. Hamptoo 
■Rowto area iwacast. Kal 
W6-1212. 

"HEED A FILM or apaiktr 
for ycm aeffcliAffleetiif? 
Tbe Cbesapeak» Pvblic Li- 
brary otters free prograas 
OB cdturaltfiklrs, movies, 

BE (Xm FRIEND- Adopt 
aad give your love amf 
home tor oar animals. We 
need your help. Ports -' 
mogtb Humane Society.r 
387-4004. __^ 

'FREE to agoodhoaaeeely. . 
9 ffloi^ Siamese Seal Point 
kittra. auto. 467-0990 - 
490-0591. 

FREE: 3 UttMS, fflkie,"' \ 
wUte, gr^ and Idack, 8 
wks., to good bi»Be. 421- 
0476 after 3:00 yerttdaye. 

FREE-1 1/2 yr. old male 
dog. Mixed breed, me(auffi 
siM. Good pet, friendly 
aad pta^. Meeds good 
home wito femsdjnrd. Itos 
bad shote. 421-3171. 

3 adorable'ktttees, 6 weeks. 
Utter-tratoed. CaU 496- 
4»2 after 6:00. 



FREE to good tome-fHMl« 
pivpy 6 months M. Airt 
Terrter and part ^ts. 
hevu ^Idren. Small-piod 
watdMog. Blonde wito white 
■fiu-ehead. Call 497-4363. > 



AtTEimON!!!! bdUStrial 
•ad «Mstmetton Uram, 
free haidiflg of aU scrap 
Idywood nd InnyMr to be 
used for the purpMe (rf 
building bintoonsM. 424- 
46n. 



PIAlK) TUNING SERTICE- 
deiMAMe, wlB toM evw- 
inw and ^tm^]«. 4U- 
3m b^we« 3 and I p m 

TIDEWATER IKWTiS- 
SCni SCttMLS: Opaifitos 
to ChesuMke / perts" 
ttorih. ^f^L ffOWU! 
499^W23. 

VOflDIG Piooinffee - Va. 

m-l». W» bay Amu, 
Mm 4ir«MM. €W1 Ml- 
^•ms. Bra M71-ltor • 
**i Va., IMI Bew k^- 
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llltlUVS, VUBMW Id* Mil, 

)-speed MMMtiG trans- 
mission, tires aad rims, 
ailes, etc. After 5 pm 
OldPortameotbC''^-* — 
arts, m-W^. 

9-|iotereyetoa-SeMton 



HONDA CL360, excel- 
lent condition. Low mile- 
age, 1,900 miles. After S 
p.m. 4S0-03I9. 



other income-man- 
.our uun (flslrlbit- 
itup. Anyune .with an- 
ion can do it. We train- 

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LL BOOKS— BYMAIL 

^U0% profit FREEd^aUs. 

.SsTvl Splf Addressed En- 

to E. L Santers, 

X 05262 - Clevt- 

IkiW, UH 44105. 



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I^)ST cat-male, black 6 
yMrs cW-uMto Am col- 
tor-Ioti toMor^EiMte 
Can 9SS-SUt aflM- 6 pm 
547-K»5. . 



FREE to a good home male 
part Angora kittra 7 weeks 
old, litter trained. WUlde- 
Uver tor your approval with 
to reasouble dUtance. 
Free food aad Utter box. 
Call 547-2475 after 4 p.m. 



NfiBp A eoaniBi^ minded 
qieaker tor your elvto 
gfotp? CaU 420r9571 be- 
twaea 9 a.ai. and 12 noon. 
Moadl^throai^rriday. 



LARGE bl««k aad wUte 
imwa male dgftoindbrad 
C<aUe has cMa chato k 
Ilea cifller vary frienlly 
Red Oak C(dony, Call 547- 
4196. 



LOST Dog: Gamun Otop- 
herd. mSe. to^Oato 
Na^, potafbiy haadid tor 
raswt area. 1 1/2 years 
old, 7S^ to«./ldMkitt 
^Ivn- OB baii. tea lags 
A eNrt t tim. Juumm 
to PtlaM. B tottd, i^aase 
eaU: 42i-190olMi, 428- 
17M W 481-1140 Eitfito. 



BMPIiOYliElfT OFFICE 

ibamr B - Cob^Mmi 
M ilM^rd eolle|e tMrtw 
plw 3 yrs, eipMiewe in 
such flel<to as (MUce oiaa- 
iptoeM, p^Ute or ton- 
iaeis a/dminlitratlcs, puk- 
lic or ptinte persiMuel 
admiaistnttM. tabor or 
industrial relati<»s, voca- 
tioeatl guidance, w retot- 
•d Adds which proviitod a 
towata^ge a oe^attoMt 
raf^remento A em^^ee 
salMtioa. Added pertinent 
eih^tioa may substitute 
for ei(Mi»ce or expert 

ei rtitf ad to duUes of 
poiittoB nty Mbstitute tor 
eidtage educMiOB ba an 
a^tfine baais. Mimtta 
wUUag to woric to ChMS- 
' dee, Va. telary range 

r,Q0O - |16,«X). Stotoap- 
^cittOM (G. 0. Form 
F^maTailMle frBmloeal 
Vs. Empteyaent Comtaiy- 
stooa A/V^MBrtt^an^ 
i^te FtaHce BI4E., Bich- 
toeBd,Va. aaa9. Aneqaal 
fltfNwtaidty iKfk^ofBt. 



Grgnd Opening 
Oct. 1 

HOU99 of tarmabrlf' 
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The Tidewater Correspon- 
d«M» BiUe School wUl 
sam a Free Bible Course 
to lUlwImwrttetofbrthem. 
We Wn five courses avaU- 
alfle, (m forchiUreo, 9-12 
one kff teeu; and an easy 
ud attranoed course for 
adalti. Write to: Tide • 
■Miter CorrespondMce 
Bibi0 School, P.O. Box 1247 
CbeMpeake. Va. 23320. 

DONT PAT tor it. Get tt 
ttt ai the Headqaartors 
Cheii»eake Pitolic Li- 
brary; origlaal paiatiBgt by 
local artisto, HMlymod 
awvim, and scu^itiBv to 
daciMlmte your home. We 
alM have toads of fTMto- 
Affto^M to daeonie yoor , 

FREE REMOVAL from 
jun| mailing Usts. WrUe 
■ -hcWractMiliMwJfet 
Ah8b<iIition, 



iwlito 



FORD BmiCO-. 1971. El 
TRA8! GMdeMdttion.] 
rtfer. 543-«W. 

1975 - DASraai . 16^000 
biUm, um Mv, «^)mMie . 
tofltwy air. 2 door «Klipe, , 
red «ia: 4»hlta totortor, 
sacrifice at ^^800. CaU . 
4«t-2>95, 

1977 CHEVY Pick-i4>. AiM- 
FM raiUo A tope dedE, u- 
tomatic, 6 cyl. and camper 
sheU. 549-0975. 

MIWTABG ^ l*«>V-8. 
jHjwd, MW paint Job. 
Good coBtBtloaf 497-2118 

t972HonBt. 2 dr. hatch- 
back, t apead, very de- 
pMdabto, low matotM - 
ft,iki»H7- 



$1S«.(» WEEKLY staffing 
enralMMffluretime pos- 
s^e. «p»laMeuaneM8- 
try. DatoUs^xsi.OO and 
^stamped, addreasM env4l-- 
ope t(^ X.Ci iiafiPfales- 
S. 8023 LMVMworth Rd., 
K»n«M City. BS nm\ 

GENERAL matotoinace adJ 
hOHsdce^^ person. FuU 
tiiM, U5 p.m. five days - 
*waay :*Must be respon- 
slble person. Call 547-5224 

. CgaiEtlCS* . a MbirshaU 
Field totoUy owned com- 
paw to nqpuding to Va. 
Fi^Id CreatiMs fiic. Part- : 

Hiie considtoMs aeeded.. 
Pos^ble to Mta $100-. 

,11^. .OHhmlsstoB sales.* 
)» SeM name, addrew, and« 
t^lAom Munber to: Bok; 
1327, C/O ChenyMake' 
fott, Chesqieake, Va., 
23320. "SmaU tovestment 



HOME 
VIQESI 



nnx»nuALA 

C(MIB11UICTKXI 
nOIPMEBT RERTAL 



AIR COMPRESSORS 
kAND AIR 
TOOLS 




r 



•Afr Compreasora 

>%iMBMtWS 

.OmtoSavs 
.iMdrn 
.FwWfte 
CraaM 



4938 Mnbtldgt HwL 



mMmuKmuokUGR. 



Tie proeatere IM- wfthdraml or UM akaU ta 
tojOtwAH' 4, SaetioB 11-20.2 (1) of tot (M» af TtriliM.' 

Tit CsMra l Coatract to to te awanM « ahMptiMa 
bHii and taetadn aU work m daflaM to tttCe«liMl 




Dawftipi aad »ecMleatiaM a^ M aoM tH I 
mm KmmMatmt, Vtai|ria.iMBirfHmMl 
Bottoft, VlifWa, Oa JMm fl 
.toto, aaitteAtttoniMtoBiialttdi^ 
-yv*^*iw4. ^rtfria, mI tf ttedBM aflka 
Aid^et, BUM aa* ^adMreMtorta, toe., ITIt Lm^ 
ItoRMrd, IttfUria BMdl, Virgiato t»B4, triaflMw MM 
4I8-S«t. 



Sito of Drawtop Md %atiMeatioM aMy 

Iha nfftns nf tM irrhifaft apna nfilfatln 



taalUtoafM 



CttfPLETB LawB Can- 
&M| Mtttai, a%iM, 
PMitaf,flomrhid«Dtt, 
litr prfeH, rtilaUa. Scott 
BMt488-4«n. 



h> t MpoM el HMOI pMT net. ^M MMlfl af «a CMN 
pMi aat of drawiaga Md 



tBihU opMli 



to ralan 
cMftitata forfeitart of tta depMtt. 



1« 4ta, dareiM trt 
•wsiMlhMB,«« 
tta c Miplato a^ wt 






m BMvtty; A hMtor's haM or MttMad 
fea injUJiail to toe aMaal ttm 
itmmmmi. TMkMBeirfakAia 
or hitfca 

ttekMI 
toflto 



flm I Hill a II to toe aMaal ef 
ttmmm M. TM «d Ben 
M'toBWym or to tki aw 




. tte r^ to Mli« ItforMBttM nd 



larMdtoMi 

Mtoof^ 



imr sf vir^to $mA. 



BLACK 
BOTHERS 



BaUdera 

Bone la^roveaienU 
Ceatrartfav 
Garap Bi^lders 
RoomAddtUoM 
Almnimma lading 
Roofs - Carports 
Kl^M RemedeUag 



549-791$ 



E. Blaefc, 8r. 
I fuk Avann . 
CteaipMto, Va. 



AJME TMPROVEMEHT - 
Carpel^, roofing. sidiM, 
nm adittUonl^^rniria- 
*»wa and door«, idastor- 
ing, deetric, eoacreto 
work, lOnml^ gvtteriof, 
remoMUag utdbeuttd 
bitiurooms, tetok aadUock 
iN>rt. atomlimn sidin, 
ftrepUiM, arpetin aad 
patoUM. Ser^ng aU TMr- 
'**«' 4S-«19 



ALL TYPES reoodd^, 
pinmbtog, tieetrieal, ma- 
aoasry, m Job too smaU, 
Call 587-1301 aqptfme, day 



SW street, New York, 
NY. 10017andaskfortheir 
"oaoie removal form." 
TT^U get Uie job done, 
no charge. .__ ' 

TlJe Tidewater Ctarter, 
iUnerieaa Red Cross, hu 
a variety of tUms, pam- 

ffileto aad sUde prnen- 
iOM 00 everytfttog frmn 
diaaater aad first aid, to 
toe i^vini of iriood. Thne 
tteaa are fr«e and avail- 
able to tte pnldic for um 
it (Mb meriings. For to- 
forarttoa onhowtooUato 
tois toat«ial, contact tte 
Itod Cross at 625-6791. 

CMJJE - PUPPY. Fall 
verr toirtng aM 
tauadtoto 
teaia win tote of love. 
■xMllaM tor ^UdTM's 
pet. 4W.2377. 




LADIES - Earn |6-8 per 
hoar. Wok yoirfrMhoiirs 




BIUCK LTD, 1975, light 
JDlM with wktta landn to^ 
jair-coBdltioBad. aUpowvr, 
tUt-wbMl, craiM toUni. 
-Cassette deck. Bke aev.. 
te^tinal omu. |S,875. 
CaU 543-9374 after 5 p.m. 

DODGE - Maai Van, 1971, 
tortte Uip, ftally toaatotod, 
roof top eaaqwr ait' 
eomUttoMr, 2/lailaaaiie 
tmaad^tea, powar ate< 
- ertog aad braina. |l,000.- 
464-1145. 

1977 Z28 CAMARO • AU 
OpttoM. 4- spaed. Cu te 
teM tt: 1053 Vs. Baach 
Bhfd., uyttow. 



7119, 



CARD CANtyHfG ELBC- 
nsCAM. Fatt ttoie Wtk. 
CaU 48«-(n47 - 8:30 to 5 
P-a. _ 

EARN MOHETIWW. Take 
ordwns tot Ltoa JeweUy. 
CaU tor frM catalogs on 
toll frM 80O-«21-l»8. 

EARN at hoae. Brt/FaU 
Uae. Eadtiac money mak- 
Ini (Vportnalty. No eqwr- 
ieace required. CaU 486- 



Eara mooqr! Be your own 
bOM! OpportoiMr for 
adnuKatoantl partflmeor 
Fril Haw. CaU 487-1874 
ie. f-.,—^ 



FREE: StoiriM Haal^ - 
^{•d, tonato, m fi^na 
{ml dinaaiitoa. raised 
wtti BMtt. aU Mtoto. pod 
iMM.PrMtogMdkeM 
aite.*4M-9681 

fill. 



igctor Reoaie. 



ATTBHTKM: FrM Bm 
AHafBa a is ! Aa • mt- 
vlM to M (aad yavi^ 
ptoBM mB la aad eaaMi 
ywr"f«BBBH*a««kM 
ywliTC ftvnaviv'yau' 



MOT 






M7-4i7l 
414-8410 



SALES 



Wa Have opaaiaf tor youg 
adnlto 18 aad over to M- 
■oaatiate stew tqfif - 
maat oa eaaftnaad nfioiat- 
toeato. If yoa'ra Bdfef an- 
af|y we will (01 yonr pot- 
ato MU ol mflMf. Itart 
km car, te i^ to waik 
iMBiigi ■adBifagdiaw.C^ 
Ifr. Baroid tor panMilte- 
tnvlev t-Sp-m.: 840-^1. 



1' 



ii 



wm^mSaSSmL 



BABnrrnMG-Mykema. 
'Near IK}B aad Mr^ Cor-' 
ner. 489.^7. 

HiBE iartvo aad pontoly 
BffM eldv^ todlM to my 
home, S47-88^. 



BABY^TnN(^ 



tCOMK DISTI^VIOK POUROn 
■vmiAOV WASmSD NOUM 



MMM. UK* dr FMMte, RMdM Ml or »«Mw M «§■ 
JH^pw tfMM iMnMM KMw Mm ana eiw piieM I 



GARAGE AND AmjirKHS 
Ktt^tau, t«modelte and 
h08H rapain,GMenlB«ild- 
tof and R^airs, 399-2219 



RKHJIiCK 



8. A. Naddes. 
CwnMc A ftoor tite. Old 
A aiew wmt. Battrooau, 
U^toM aad pordMs. 
FIffiE eMmates. CaU48S- 
1337. 



LOT CLEARING, Gndl^, 
OiAolition, Acreage 
«Uariflg. s^ or toiM 
!*• By tte hour i» Jfitoi 
#V£E MUmate - cm 547- 




ff«a rn< I a m a m ii t o ia wi aite ito n ai 

orwM^ pwiiToiif mmo 00^ 




I CALLAHAN PAOIIWI 
toMor, MtortiM-^i^Brtic 
hto a a patlfagi . PIibe «- 



CONCRETE WORK 
Wvawiy i , H^ aa, twBr- 

4V . Vm^9pH ^Bml^V4 : Ti^^V 

nu. 



BbEenKiO. 1PDK: aU 

MNi aimiM. naiM*te 
Mtf. CaU mrs Etoe- 
tric tt. tfC-tlM w 



349 AerM • WMmm Oi.J'H. 



AUCTION 



,Oetai)M»Bd. Ii40i.m. 
2nACn«Cro|teri, Tlmilttm^CmumiM 
Mrt t - MO ^s ^em mm wmmt 41 

^Ae.Cimiid. 
201 Ac. IMtor, 10 Ac. Iteatod PIbm. tm>» Ml 
te BflMBd ii^^M^iy mm mt nu ^^m Trad t- 
»fiH iu. m mrmt mt tf m. n.^w kiv tmt 

$im»^ (Giad Cw a maHilil Putoatlil> 

• M. aMMa to ol^Sga 

OwMa'niiii B. t«aa, fe. Mtltolw Kvsm IMari 

MKnoiMMULTT m., m: 

~ ■MI.,I^^Mmd.Vi. 



-to my home. 
Great Mdge arM, off 
JokH^oMl ftM. Large yard. 
A» age aecqAed. 547- 
2789. 

JbABIHTTING- WUl keep 
OM ^i%*idnrt age tMM 
to aqp hMM. Ei^erieaced 
ud rdlttta, Former 
aekool toa^. 543-8870. 

r GStoawbrlrtoramaUbas- 
iNn to aay hMMAow of- 
flce. ftU IB-30B4. 

WANTED - PA*T HME; 
13.00 htm to telQihoM 
bastoeu firms. ExceUert 
tor home miJcers withpre- 
school a^ cbUdre^. Wrtte 
Atehlto Color, 3rd A Bromi 
ftre^ Fkuimee, NewJir- 

W <»«»- L^ 

nmtmrrmi wui tsm 
M&rm to wr ^. tolUy- 
tBIIow. as*NM. 

CmJti CAR£-to my heme 
Ay wmk, or hour. F«|»d 
»rd. BvMtoiMd re- 
M^i <tapaa4^, witbre- 

I^HKM. ^tt-l'M. 



fM W^n.Y iMBagM- 
vil^M var^lme pn- 
EqNrteaee Ba- 
D^Us, ^00 
Mtf-aAirM- 
;to K.C.|ii^ 
Lnvmnnrtt 

'^miElKMEEBS WANT> 
WlB'mtt£A^ 
■b 





nsparattme 
home. |10l»;00 
weakly pOHtote! SEND 
91.19 (retoMkbto) A a 
loag, stoaBpad, addressed 
e«N4«mtordetaUs;PPB- 
327ritt PrtAUa #804, 
CUeaga 40804' 



Ambitious? 

A satistylng and reward^ 
insonnce eq>eriei^e a- 
Mlts the self-noUvated 
aJU nl^ oriented pM-son 
that we are seeing. 

Sewl resume immediately. 
We WiU beUri^r^ioml 
managers, ara matters 
aad salespeeiAe to this 
arM. 

Our , extensive training pro- 
<ram wlU result in im- 
mei^te op^rtunitles for 
high Mrnlngs. 



Mr. W. O. Jones 
Vlea^PresldeBf 
410 W. BrMd fi. 
ttdWMBd, Vfri^ato 23230 
800-SM-9428 



■B-r 



J 



21-Mvato ImM^b 



, INSTKUCmN 
'Driiva n^kytd by large tmck 

918,300 

tfUOer, Bmtm ^ Labor Mtb 
lia.bHaHmNo.1S7S. 

Dont ^ be satiified with a J(» 
-Ptan NOW for a Protestonal 
oaeerftivinga'^R^ Wea« 
a nivale Ihumr^ Sdicn and if 
jioi meetw t^Mcattons you 
will be tinned by Praintunal 
Insbudonim mo&n* eeuipment . 
Ibakion a IW Time basis (Sat. & 
Sun.) and Keep mur job, or at- 
tend oar 3V^ Full time Resi- 
dent Trainiiig-— 




KtvcaJfacloi'lhiaei' 7>ai 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
499-3707 



0ATON TwirUng, fflarcb-^ 
ing and strutting. SmaU' 
classes and u-ivate les- 
sons. For tortoerintorma- 
Qoe, caU 486-4908 after 



imm 



ift 



^mJgU^i^MMm< 

DA(^SBVNb~- Img V 
WifkA piVPloa. AXC reg- 
irtarOd. 6 wks. old. «4- 
7908. _,. . 

Alredile - don't " sUed- 
ChaomiOB Brittoh Mood - 
llne-«4'4809. 

fQOS(Etl-^ Ttre', Wact 
stMlrd, 9 weeksold,AKC„ 
Rlntered, sbo^ip 
woftoed/clipped. $100 
each. CaU 857.4M0 

' M4rMcUfcriaia ■ 



LIVDns Room Suite - Gaa 
store, (Dixl«), Refrigera- 
tm- (Westingaouse), cal( 



aft. 6 p.m., 543- 



COUCH - EARLY Amer- 
ican, brown, H^ tack. 3 
CMhiau. 81 inetos. Per- 
fect for den. ^ or test 
offw. Good coadltton. 424- 
1335. . 

FQIEWOOD- OAK - sidlt, 
deUvered, stacked $35 
tniddo^ A vp. 54S-(H9e 
after 5:00 or 1-357-5946, 
tole of Wight. ._ 

mKLL Incredible P(9- 
«on maeUM. pope deU- 
idOM pri-padmged com 
to 2 l/t mimAm. Good 
for hmae w bnslBMs, es- 
PKlilly ten, btogoa, mo- 
tala. a«c., 486-1746. 



»-; 



EMi;.Y'8 ANTIQVE SHOP* 
<^dai^. 3204 8101 St.* 
Polamouth. AU types of 
anttques, cut glan, china, 
furaltara. Budmmerieard 
aad lAuter Cterge. CaU 

m-var. 



AIR <XINI»TIONER-21,0(K1 
BTU, window unit, paid 8450, 
sacrifl<^ at |275. 497-3>25i 

FREEZ^ • IS en. fi. Frost 
FrM, bright, exeeUmt 
c«(dl«on, |iW.004«-3233. 



I^^Mray^mm^ 



fETAiS 



Foar 4wittand pmiMb M 
roaepetols «• miMteiWM 
ium OM poiMl of oB M 
fMBt Med to niMe |ieiTOna<l 



GARAGE ,m* ■ 519 I^wa 
Ave., In CtesapMiw, ^10 
aMi 1(^1, Fridky jiM w 
ur*y - 9 t.in. W 5 pm 

East, ^veral hailtis.as 
mHM items, 457 Crown 
Crescent Friday, S^. W 
Oct. I, 9-5. 



tt-lBitfaiyiBy 



WANT to \my m teBjo,^**"* 
MUe,^ mandolin, giUtorii'ift , 
any eowUUoj, «3^«W. '^^ | 



•Cliul 



CASH on spot kop prices 
tor used furnltore or aay^^<* 
thing of value. ^oodwiUi 
starts at home. Itey at 
night- 497-832>. £^^ 

SPEND AN AFTEuioMil 
makli^e meaeyl i^varttM 
ycwr karti^ sale frHi a' 
cost Want Ad. CaU il7-' 




CAgRlNlH^UA . ,„.» 
Furniture. silWT, dtt*''^'' 
monds, ftoss cMm, tonpi,*'*^,'; 
tools, aaylMXueholdltemt.^ * ; 
Also latorMted to buyl^ ,^;* 
«itire estates. niyorhigW'- < *. 
461-3834. "'..^.^«- 



mamiMmMBMMmmmamMiB'''-'l9 
^li^^MMd^^^- ^^3 

NORVIEW HARE CWNS •^'^''•*\ 
NorfoUt's most CM^ete,'^*' ***• 

buy, seU, trade. Buyiqi 

sUv(^r coins. ^Se0t^mu<ini. 
Shewing Center, Norft^k. n.nlif 
858-8U8. 1 5*- t-D. 




•SabstMttal aartags aa 
hahrea. fatrlers. 
'CM, wn^ped to 
awrlflcaUoM. 
*rrMrMM«Hvary; 
*f>a paittaaBl, 
hack warM to e. wlto avery 
eider. - ■•■:* 

Wowinont Famn 

G^eatBrUM, 



I 



"9* 



• 

I 



^m. 



^ 



■WWPWIWMW- , 
•Laaa aad Cai<tor. f jt^ 



EASTERN - Uwa A TrM 
BmtIm for yew to«i -. ^r 
kaiiie - frM aeeda - ^0;,*^ 
Mr. BaUoway - 4M-8919.' ,.- 
FrM WrtttM WttBMto. 



CaSllE - 1975, 12x55', 
2 bedrm., |2M. and Ms^e, 
loan (rf $114.84 mo., 422->) 
4901. ' f - 

FLAMINGO: 19H U!' x 65S 
3 Badrm., ll/Zbtfte,;- 
cMtral alr-iBOBimomBg. ^ 
Can remato oa lol wB^J 
to fenced. Bmae toatorM^ 
9' X IB' porch eowned by i 

w X 20' awuN!. im-wa. \ 



* 
I 

I 

P 

I 



1975 CRITERION 12 x 80, V 

2 bedrms,, front Utcten, \ 

torge Uving room., SmaU v 

eqdty A cloalKoortfM, ! 

assume smaU monthly ti 

paymmit of 196.18. For " 
more laforraatloQ ' 
425-6795 after 6 djb 



48-Baomf-BaMd 



ROCMI F(»i RENT: to 

S'vato mMeBeetowmt- 
P«nM. GrMt Brl^e 
am. CaU after < p.m. 
i47-7M1. 

caripaBts 



DOW POPE 
REALTY 
lUealtors 

sahsfoo 

IM year heme aaw. 

<M« prafaastoMl 

iMPtee 

4O0.190O 

vi^aUMiM 



FREE TO GOOD HOME ' 

BEAUTIFUL 
FuN BkMKtoci Fomato 

Corm 

SABII aad white. 3 ymrs old. Very gvatle aM shy. 
MMt teva^MMw aad MUMt hOM. BMalns 
lati If lao^^^Sma- Pralert aamacM toat vUl 
M feitoa inKWHrn. civ* her picafy of room to nm. 



■4 i 



n » JMBth 



e. Fully e 
. Mtny ei- 
^or assnmt' 
pajrmts. of 
MUST 



geohqetown 
cotONy 



ie idaimlni Book 




ME SITES FOR SALE 
for 

; Bones 
ers 
.^OFFICE 

CM 404-93 17 



OFFICE Liyrs 
* Attiemirtt 
1. fiaisiied office sites 
fl/ZaertMCh. Wtter.stv- 
[cr, cttft k glitter iDciwted. 
IMttak McCalM 4 Lester. 
II 



gREijr BRIDGE-Hall MaD- 

2 story 4 bedroom, 2 

[i/2 tath. noo plus sq. ft. 

M Uviag area. By owner.^ 

56,000 No agents please.' 

47-3oee. 

IROIfORB: EiceUentcon 
Sthw. 4 Mrn., 2 bath, 
ape Cod. Central air, 
sUlBg, Kvtteriag and 
^windows. Inside, 
wrtras. 543-5950. 

Hitrft WITH CARE 
Drlw with care, don't be 
a spe«lcr, yoa ni^ run o- 
Ter Mot »l r^der! 



PO.. 

BCmOEN 

KrvloA Aerosol > - 
mOmtf t Gliw 

onnnttnoitsinp 

Kryloi meets all nrreat 
Kovtnment standards for 
atr«s<d paints, and Is tke 
oaly aerosol paint backed 
by Good RoDsekesplniSea) 
of AwroYsl. No stUtav «r 
tiperleoee necessary, mm 
wiU restock benntlAd itt- 
pUys with the conntry's 
Cutest selllnc mOennUy 
adrertlsed hoanthold 
spray points in hti^traiOc 
company estnMisfted ne- 
cowts tknt wUl b« tynMd 
over to yon In your arm, 

$8,000,000.00 

win be spent aannally en 
TV, Good Bonsokeaiilag 
Mafasine, etc., topronote 
Oe Borden prednet Itaw^ 
These tmt prodnots will 
bo sq^td to ya« by a 
II year old.«IS,000,000.00 
por yonr ceaapnny, who is 
OM of the nation's latftst 
nnthorlsed Borden whoto> 
anlers. AwUennts nnatbt 
ronponnliue. able to mnke 
dndslonn and fen capnUe 
or matins « ndnimHnenak 
tavestmnnt of $4,MO.O0. 
100% Merehnndlsn h^ 
bnek. 

Cnll Mr. Sawyw 
ToUFrM 

t-000-iii-fns at k-m 




: t- 



Mlkf BICTIT I. OLD 



■ Q:,i.r\}lATKMS'. 



TISBVATBR inlfDOW CLEANERS. CooManrdal and' 
resMHrtlal -- 22 ynnrs j^ «qierlaM». Stil-27tt. 



S^ll^^ffR \ 



or TRE 

AUGinr 

llM.OOOIf! 



Beity, a lifelci« rwMdnaf 
of Chesapoftkt, ha* boon a 
REALirat for » yonrt. 
t has boon fory 
sncenssftil uonrPrtaeo- 
ton RaUs now sihdivinfon 
maaainr, hatnriai all 
brick homos MO.MO and 
vp. Many are sold, only a 
few left 

Mrs. Old innus all her 
many friends nnd cU«tn 
to call or ristt hor «t ov 
office for nay or all their 
real ostato aoods and di- 
siros. 



Wd cov«r 
ChMtpeak* 
Rlcardo Inc. 
R«altort. 

351 Johnstown Rd. 
Ch^^^enko 

547-4$5S 

"httnhanri 




YE THE TREES 



with just one or two items and 
Jii I really need a sack, tell the clerk 
sanks, I'll help save a tree." 

1 stead of throwing this and other 
^rs out with the trash, put them 
ocery sacks, or in bundles and 
' ir a paper drive.. 
)er we can avoM 
in recycle the 
better it Is for all of us! 




PublMed as a ptiMic service 




Ml", organ and 
.liiMi^ 4<i accttpt- 

iflg a ' iber of stu 

deats. Can S4ftMA]s, fAnyS 
3 p.m. to'7p,m. 



I WiU no lonc«r 

H *s)PIt. s WT. WyP*f 

Mr 



;(«#- by ttoj 



OTT«, Jr. 



^Elandl Dream Workf Hop 

Dreams-Understood are 
guides to fulfillment 
»„v ,. . '^^joners-Afternoon 

'^'•■^'•'■'"tfSfeinitii'-lfl^ ' 
. , -,i,^«4Ujni|^ s^.OO 
filffiohe 429-0tt2 
lW^i2:»p.m. 

SmaH groups for individual attention, 

*atf«n-MnrioB Trnris 



MEW TOLL-FREE NUMBER FOR ARMY RETIREES 

The Unitnd iteM Army miw proyides a new toU- 
Brne hoUinn for Army RntiiMs who have questions or 
nrobtoBw ^nrtallrfai U> their pay. tke number is 1-800- 
ltt-2XW and tfe* hours <^ operatiott are from 7:45 a.m. 
to 4:00 p.m., EaiMJrn ^wlard Time and from 5:45 a.m. 
to 2:00 p.m.. MOontain Stanton Time, Monby throu^ 
Friday. Calls rteeiiwd tt otter UmM will be reo>rded 
antomatteallf nat-a retn* call wS bo made within 
two days. ThO new Uw is dn^ned to allow Army 
Sttimns to eall ii no mpoan vA, kvefally, to pro- 
vMo thom wHh Ij^ew nwriee frMi the Army Finance 
Cnnttr, tndlnnapMts, Indiana. 




epIwbiriMnS weeks} 
On yonr Own Fally^odc- 
tti JaoB gi Ladtes FaaUon 
te|L EVRiyttiBf Provkleil 
ttwCortmw 
«Bri(s UiU FiM i-800-174. 
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REALTOR* 



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liM, two Story 4 bodroom home. Fentures hrOtanths, 
room, ant-in kltehra, irtUity room and c«dm» 
idttkniaK. Atehu aieo innc«d-in yard aid 

^ JHa attaited vunge. GomforbO^n Utin^ln this. 

;ie9«e«f"HUiit^'s tmi 
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The, Banltem bolow nre mutinninMia m i 
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prpt9et youFlny»ifiim^ S—on9 of tMie Hading •#•• Haoltora/ 



Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

LOCALLY 
OWNED 

482-3381 

342 BATTLEFIELD BI.VD 
SHOlMMMi Cfc'NTEK 



FARMS FOR SALE 

For Sale: 

Several farms of various sizes 
and acreages, in high state of 
cultivation. 



Owner will tinnnee oqwid balance with reasonable 
rate of interest. Also have one pnreel with S08.88 

acres more or less, located on Dual Hwy. SI with u>- 
proximately 2 mUes of road front and a verysid)- 
stantial amount of idne timber reuly to cut and growii^ 

I timber for More. ' Located in old Nansemond county. 

(Now City of Suffolk.) Reason fbr selling, owner wants 

I to retire. If interested^ caU Suffolk, Va. 5S0-CUI. 



COLLEGE PARK 





T^lbr Brothers 
Realty Co. 

smvmtH&xfeom 

iMdillSMOUm VKGMIA 



484-4042 




BRADY a 

Asa<^tes,liic 

Ftealtors 

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OObl: 4M-N00 

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CBURCBLAIID 
AGEXTS FOR: 

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^inlnrcrangSLmon 

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deiumooitor 



Enrich your Ifft iwteod or your tafKlord 
ComfortctJift oortfree CcStocTilo homei *»«h 
3 bedtoorm 2b(jHn; aqutope<l«ar-<n 
kitchens, potkwociooei F*ri*y a# erwiQ^ 
50>*XJ fMh*©* «-»«"» sv»*nmlno end 
terv*. »n chotee ColBO* Parte nsor 
eveiything C3r^T9 horriei See modeli today. 
»medelilr.JMMO. . _ 

no 4qim peyeiant ' 



I RiMti - S mflBths, 1 
tfl binek, *8n«ch Boaf" 
~ Nnnae|i«LllM«nMit 
«M| tiSm BUk nes 
Fm« m n |nir to the rlcM 
kmnn. Tot mat hai# cage 
Wk hoteh fraiiMlnad- 
■M. SiMfE^afia- 
SatHftt. 




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FCttSALE 

Mvlw hnieh eUan caMnnt 

:.%t=.1|m''-." - ' ''^^ 

Maple bdtlo #/leaf.... 

Fanr chain (All very inod 
Gnttt|Q^||j|U|||||i||j^^^ 
'QnfflSmSrana 

~ i«> w^ne). 4190 

trtm, white w/ 
bn^QTOnnd of 
omn^ and yellow, brown 




.(needs 

donidnK. 4100 

^nndnnadiiton) 

Chart A Dresser (no mlr- 

mr), hnndbonrd. |69 

(^bnt good eoadlttoa) 
Sot tt bnaUtods, Crames. 
aprim bonrds....4M 
^'mnttmssns) 
Whlin Sewtai mneUnn 
(good woridag wdor, in 
enldnnt}....^^! 
ft-ottnr portnUe sowing 
mndtfM (needs denning 
^od eonditiai).. 445 

Arttfeinl Rod Brl^Firo- 
plnMw/lags.......4M 

^fe on yonr Aid bills) 
mtaher A Diyer - 

VUitped 409 

(Washer nee^wntorpnmp 
dd, bnt good eentition} 

119 ktopi Arms Dr. 
Vn.Beni* 



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KINGSTOWNE 

OPEN DAILY 2 PM •T.h 6PM 
Beautiful Brick Ranch 



KiNOSBSRinr HOME* 



raiCES BE^ AT |I9S,000 

Optional: Garage, Fireplace, Coitral air. No Down 
Payment to Veterans. Only |im total cash re- 
<wfred of Vet eran P urchasers 

Lecntod off beop Credc Blvd. 

1/t mile north of MUilnry Hwy 

AMITY ClWSTRUCTKUf ft REALTY CO. M7- 



NEW 3-BEDROOM 
REAL HOMES 

t39,950 

Over 1,40pSq. Ft. of living space 
Your own land on 4 sides 
Carpeiing, aif-conditioning, & 
appliances incliMied in price 
Private Bath & Tennis Clii> 
See furnished mnHols 

IPSWttWJrOWNVILLAS 

COLLEGE PARK 

Virglnin Bench/Chesapeake, Va. 

Take 1-64 to Indian River Rd. Intnrehaago, go west 
1 mile to Cdlege Part edrance at Providenco Rd. . 
A follow aims. C nrolvn GrifBn. Sales Manager 

424-9679 

N^hts 424-4312 



- Maureen's 
School of Dance 



BaUet-tap-acrobatics-toe classes for girls, boys k 
ladies. Now taking registration for September classes. 
Call Maureen Haimah 484-6003. 



ITTI, ! ' (lUiH— imil l M l ,..., 



MADiUME ANGQJmA 

Pdm Reader and Advisor 
on all piiblMBS d life. 
Sneh as aufriage, love, 
past, prosed and fntnre, 
nn ^Msttons nswnrod. 
dm fcirtemonth Uvd. 
No Anqintaent Necessary 
411 ^^ 



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LOO 9WA1B FEET OF LIVIIIG 
AkBA. Ilvwo bamoM. two tall 
bdhs, laranldlning mom. ent- 
Inkllefiaaandftmtflyroom. 
PRICED FROM «^^3QQ 

8TiU«0ARD FEATURES 



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StBaiMd Shrimp ^S^^ 

Fried Fish 3»« 

HommtiBde 

296 



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PolynMlan 
CMn«8« 

Food 

5" For 2 



C. T. '8 

ITALIAN 
FEAST 

Spaghetti 
any style 

Lasagna 
Eggplant 
ParmI 

RavtoSn^htekoir 

CaifpHMtora; 
w/^gtiottl 



SUN 

Va. Beach Flestaurant 



CRABS 5.00 DOZ. 
CLAMS 5.00 2 

DOZ. 
^1.50 per addldOM. 



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RESTAURANT 



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"very, very mexpensive cocktails 
hckjdes /^omemacfe 
corn rrujffhs S salad 



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One in rustic leisure and candle-ll^ht 

atmosphere that wi put you in just the 

right mood for a great evenlnQ. 

STEAKS • pmm Res • seafood 

4 Dining Booms a Cocktail Loungo 

ENTERTADOIElfr * SUPEBB SEBVICE 
FECIAL MENU FOajOinOR GUESTS 

Prime & Wine 

Sunday a Monday 



DINIISid 
DANCING 



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1507 ATLANTIC AVE. 
428-9614 



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4.M P.M. to liHW A.II. mSLY 
Suaa^jM Noon Uatll 11:00 A.II. 

SMC RortimytiM Bly«; 

(Bmwmd Lik* Wrlfkt lad RoUdty Itai) 

For Yoor EatwttliMMat "Frask A €aytrlotti>)"i 



PMHm Invites you 

to 

Virgima^sfmst 

Smorgf^bmi House 

oveHook^g 
IdtaeCmkl^^ Basin 
SmShonDme 
in Shore Drive Marina, 

Norfolk, Virgkm 
Phmsmmu 
)pen 5 P, M. to 10 PM. 



14-1580 



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BAMBOO HUT ^ 

Polynasian-CMnaaa Rattaurant 



MSIfiiilriaBMe^Blvd 
Va. BMck, Va. 






Mo-im 

■nt to Votdco A 
C^C^>MAir 

I Served Dally 4:30 p.m. to 1 1:00 pm 

' Introductory Special 
•5.75 fcM^ Tisro 

(KMetlftarMikli^Sn 

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Seafood It Beef Restaunone 

AT LYNNHA\^N WUT VIlfGINIA iEACH, Vni«NIA 

fp^atiilni ia fraak gMtood. botii statmtf 
aatf mt, ^at rib of 6«cfr tUek Jitn 
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Fra^Saa Trout ...»3.g6 

MMmad SMmp Md/or 
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J.R. -Jl«" Cawf« 







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*M» vnusnnA 4^ch blto. 

lexicon PoOil $$M 

340^9479 EV8IYDAY 
C.B. em% Danea to Uva Music 
«»«!*« to 4 faatyrfeig 

f^f^m 40 Md Dl^o Mi^ 
fyt-Sun. 0^Qto1:SO 

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Serriaf LuachM -Dinaera-Ttka Out garvita 

ftiacfS i Aaa* Rd. LUNCHEON SPECIALS 



Opea Daily 11 to 10:80 p.m. 
Suadays 12 to 10 p.m. 

jsLwBfairi 499-5770 

Chaiiciioa Dt. COCKfAOJ «1ISDI1^ .BEER 

3dl KcmpavUle Pbaa Om^^ Ctr. 
Princeaa Anne Rd. A llj'UaiD^ Dr. 
Vlif i^ 1 



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Hwnomado Feonch FirMs 



COCKTAIL 



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For OFffars to go CALL 340-6684 



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4SM Fimbroka MaaAnrs 
flMpidaf Caatar 
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<*ao 7:00 A.M. -lOHMP.!!. 
Samai Breauaat • Lanch • DianarJ 
aod of coorca 

'A Family Gathering 

Place, Growing Bigger 

by Serving Betterf 




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tutatm 

%ill»T ROOB" 

S^rvlBf eodctaiu A neh. 



Seafood 

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AT iAT EAT1 
\S.95 5M 5.9m 



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Ul Ifortt plaia frail ^c^ Baa<*, ^riUa ti4U 
PkaBa:(a0i)j^SS44 ^ 

Olaat Of Wlna/Safad *''•#! 

ALL YOU CAN EAT ^1 

from a choica of 5 Enfr^ 
L§$M0im^ggpi9nt Pon^ 

SPAQHETTI 
9ny style 

"••^ CMckm 

2latoro w/$pogtmttl 

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Hey, look. Jfs Liz! ^ZS::"*" 





EUiiMllr t^or, pro^itanad ^ npry it flie tufat bMatl- 
ftd Wjna te tht vwNt, Aw fli« m^or ittettkxi of tiw 
eroiNb In flw opralnc wc^-eod oi flu N Aptmit FmUvsI. 



utttiflts 

On Tuealay, October 18, 
Ite City <rf Vitf ink Beach 
«iU conduct a piiUic work- 
A(V» 01 tte N(»!Ui Plaxa 
Tiail roi^ fm/mi Tte 
workshop will fee lield at 
T p.n. at ttte lOivs Gnurt 
Elemaitary iciMl. 



No snow, 
]ust tires 



Who waats soow tires vhen 
^vmn has barely iiit tovD? 
^xneone surely dms be- 
mise Mrs. Joho Bums 
mM here instantly throt^h 
Virginia Beach SUN classr 
Ui«ia(is. 

"0^ lrii<ne call and Im- 
mediately, the tires had a 
new owner. The gentle- 
man pi^ad them v^ witUn 
an hour," says llrr. Btirns. 

That's tte way things go 
with the PQST/SUK class- 
ified ais. Place fours at 
54f7-m 




Neptune 



King Neptune and his court greet 
Seafood FMst 



commoners at the 



Efeabeth Taylor 

. • - ♦ 

ttMH contest winners 



Jean A. Bwnuui, S|0 
^^fittith UM. Viittoia Beacll, 
^O^ept Hm first plaoe honors 

and (It |B V^*^ ^ ^ 
ItatFoMwUcoirtMt. 
t«!u|itt« fHtfnr Mpood 



Cheatpeake. 

TUrd ploce of |10 was 
takao by W. R. Flan, SIM 
E. Piney Bruwk Drive, Vir- 
ginia B^ch. 

COOtfSt 




Serving the world's largest reso 



51 year, No. 39 



.^Published Wednesday for week ending October 12, 1977 



■«»~»»^— f^.^jt,„^<,j^ J, 





Two Sections 



'^:*?!| 



Transit 



(or How I got to work and almost lost my sanity) 



^itfloMDA mcou. 

.SP Editor 



^irty-ftve c«its will get yon a ricte on a smelly, smokey 
bus, a ¥xA at a booker,, «mi a growdiy enough mood thftt 
own j^ best friends wop't want to be around you. 

Coipem, Christine RobMAs, the TRT buses from Vir- 
floU 0Mch can't be all that bad. 

"WoBiw. It was one of tha most sicMsipg experiences 
I've ever kad. 

"After I'd mat' my first hooker on tte Itus, I decidN 
ttait I shouldn't be eqidiNd to that. If ttiere had be^ a 
child on the bus... ugh. She was weartag a skin tight black 
dress with a 10 Inch scoop, glitter eye ^40«.^th 
heels and red lipstick. She was extremely ovei^qEosed, 
to say the least. Her dress made a string bUiol look 
big." 

Okay. What's wrong wltii an oeourimil hooker? What 
tboohth* good poiats of^tRis trmsportation.from the 
baaehfrvnttolliUtarr Circle? 

"Tim bus drivn do a good fob, but ; 
the routes are planned so badly that 
they lust can't keep on schedule, " 



"ITT* 



"The drivars do a good job. One driver told me tte 
whole story behind what be figures is an impossible 
sttBation. The routes are planned so badly that the drivers 
Juat can't keep on schedule. Then everyone bUunes tb«n. 
Drivers just get tired of people bitching at them about 
tt^s that aren't their fault. Virginia Beach isn't so|iplyli« 
adiequate service, especially compared to the other Tide- 
water eittes. VicgiaU Boact) aty council should reconsider 
its transportatiim ddemma. ' ' 

How does a nice, 20-year oltM^irglBia Beach worhti^ 
girl end up in the middle of a transportation dilemnu? 

All it takes is one Renault, broken down for three 
weeks and a job off Raby Road near Military Circle. 
Plug in working hours noon to 8 p.m., and there on the 
corner stands Christine Bobbins, wonderii^ if she'll ever 
g^towwk. 



Maybe Americans are spoiled by tte autMniobne. I%r- 
tionlarly when a 2S-mimrte drive takes from an hour and 
SO alMites to an boor aad 45 mianes. 
' ThA tlMre ma that one ali|ht..staiidiDg on a corner. 
T' n, bus never slwws. Ms. RobUas fumes. Strang 

maki!« the "«;"*' ''rit>i<' i<«nurks. Just a girl 
am a dpcei^ finally arrives, 

1^ no aiffianatiai of wha| «a{$>eaea lo ine mysterious liM. 
Xo Tiii tr^'r aipacti fcmt.JCL.lW on time That's ^rt 





No one tells ier to put it (Hit. 

She tsm'X fQTfiA iMaA the lad^ with the aerosol perfume. 

"The whole bus redced so b$dly of perfume that it 
matte me naumous. 

"And the air cgoditiimer is always off when it's hot 
and on when it's odd. ^ 

"The brakes sometime get slaiamed on so hard that 
it is like an aiiplane landing. The TRT buses should 
dcfUtely have seat belts." 

At least it doesn't cost much. 



"True. It usvalibr costs 65 cents, althoi^h it may cost 
75 cents the ts&X day. I've been quoted several different 
prices, but I've always paid 65 cents because that's 
irtiat I've told them it costs. There was some confusion 
about prices." 

Still, Ms. Robbins, you must admit tbat you got Itack 
and forth to work every day. HoW does that make you 
feel about tiie bus service? 

*' "t think it stiidcs. I had to leave two hours before 
work to get there on time and I came home in a bad 



mood every nigM. 1 dreaded getting up the next morning. 
It's almost easier to walk to work. I never want to ride 
the bus again." 

'I had to leave two hours before work 
to get there on time and I came home 
In 9 bad mood every night " 




tVir^^^BttwHfed: 



RaaOy aai r 
Chrlstias Re .^ , j 
herself fatia^ tH 



nf «^ 



fihM pa^M alwl^ 

■la^weti 



bergy #alas awy. 



^mm't got ta be a tMMr mj. 



at I 



9^ 



^f M0fmaiion Act 



;iie commission must be accepter! by the pubitc as iwi\»^t 
"arifVL, be said. "If you tlunk the plaiuiing 

.! f.*rf ? «JT! r«sl0B." 

'm attended the Kitty Hawk fatbering 
~3f«. v;iar«oce A. Kslkiid twi CouncilmcB Jefaa 
!, Witai R. Cr«MsvcIl, George R. FerreU aad 
rifliiA. 

■ ^' to L«e, .„™.«.^--ioo members atten;«-ft -v,- 
Sam HowstOB, Jane Purrbigton, Samuel Mar- 
4 Nancy MeClees. 

'man IHtyn iM the only reason be did not go 

i when invited, was because he had a previous 

J.S „^«.* >fc — ,....^ n^j mention of a wortshop, 

de an honest attemiit not to 

ga Qt intemation Act." Re added ttat 

e- have violated the law onoeeasloM 

ling the cowicil is always ott 

iw » mvmuer 9 bihw ami ah buslsess may be discussed at 

rtfartnce to Barrow's action, he said, "Politicians 

»«»•»"*) Oris." 



mt^sa sevanse sne laoti, 
•dom of Information Art. 



enm&OM Do(ue&; uierefore any rigm ute pubuc a»s tc 
attMd 'mnetings' of govemmentnl bodies Hs to arise by 
reasM of an ordinance or a st»' 
The letter also states ** ■• 
not aij^blisbed that "par: 
or aw fMj u e oi 
neubetshfti itts r 

m 
prearraugt;' 
transactiflg business of 

Wrli^t says that the > 
it is his nolnion the "«?: 



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sr tnnaacttor. 
tendaaci' 
w dlsctt'" 

ftBrtlWflltl 

sdiiafiedttiid ttat 

nnt within ititlkAr 



. -.si]*<.iss--as*> -.<Mr;iJSS!Hi 



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Mr. and Mrs. Kai - 
•tt Wynnm aer 

Mr. aadlir£..~-_ 
verse Dowtttag. dan^^ 

Mr. aad Mrs. Ma, 
ad GoshM, sob; 

Mr. sad Mrs. William 
Michael Seanloa, dangtter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lools 



I |ini«'Oaltfidw£^J 
TboiBas, son; 

Ifr. and Mrs. Gene Daniel 
Kelly, daughter. 



Mftrite nunr, visitor froa New Enfland: "I saw her Mr*. 



m 



visitor froa New Enfland: "I saw her Mr*. AaM Friadiu 
l«4ki MOftes that l r^m%ffm "I tuak ^'» I 

^f>«bii»|f andsaw^^ M^llO l«». ■»•» -ik* a 



FriadawB, Tkalla: 
bnantlM." 



He's (Mm Muffw) iMwly 




Looking 
at Liz 



EUxabM Taylor sad hns- 
iMilr M« Haner, hit town 
miv i^ iftfonter 1Mb 
a ■otteaUerty. Cnwds 

#iPflafWfltff 
«lnw M yon ftel tf»nt 
Dftt^MTqrlor? 



Art show at bowdwMlk 




S3a4Va.BMCiiBM. 



Tbe Yir^nia leach Arts 
C«ter is iMieJNMf a m^ 
eoM Boni^wi^ Art Jtanr 
tUs ]^r in coi^iartioa with 
theJIeptae fottiva}, Ae 
ei^ift l&s drawn Mne 1^ 
artltts fron '^rtew Mtf^, 
,«id it wUl be « irtOT <k^- 
'ober 7, I and 9 befrcn 
rm andSSrdftFeeteonte 
Bdardmlk at VK^itfa 
tkktik.^ Tie Aow is t^m to 
all arttiAs ant ^ neda aM 
Is des^ped to v^vMe u 
iMn^vc o^atfon Iv art 
buyers as wril as ^rM> 
batlnc to tte oumival irt- 



t^fM^ MMdii dlr- 
(Rtor Ibote Anttyt andTir- 

my^Mr MB be the M^. 
aMfilng ^00 in prt«M. 
Ronrs tor tte cMit 
are frM Men to S fjm*9a 
Frliky, OcMm- 7, and 9«n 
U a.B. to i 9.ak on tte 
Itk tad Mi, aitoi«9 and 
taad|y. 

fw Arther itfw^^Du, 
phoM the Arts Gttrtw, ^- 



AFT0tTBODGifT: 
Know what's wrong with 
women's lib??? Thif doal 
make sense. Plrwt tbey 
b«m tbeir bras aa 
' ask fbr snnport!f! 

4MMk^HBBBHnan 



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The change »n foday's 
Weight Watchers' Program. 

The change it c!i\-i 
j^ke in you. 

Awl the ctemje we li put m 
ywir pocfc^, togfve vcm your 
first twte of I 

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601 Coort St., Portsmouth 

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^Ifiia Beach 
les <tf Hertolk, Virginia 
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^ Notice of 
PiibHc HMrlnfis ofi 

raOPOSMS FC^ COASTAL 
iHUlA€»ilEI^ 



PubUc hearii«s will be held by the Office of the 
Secretary of Conmerce ud Resources oaO^toBer 12, 
1997, at 2:00 pm am} TiOO pa in the Morfaik City 
ConneU ChanHw tot- tte pnrpnw of receiving laMle 
eoBBeat and recoannndafioBs on the draft, docnffleat. 
Proposals tor Coastol Reaooreei Manag^Baeot in Vir- 
ginia. Vlrginto's draft Coastal Resources Management 
Program netades pnqwsals for land use planmng and 
management to onnre tbe preservation and conserva- 
UoB (tf marine rMonrces, decdgnation of areas of par- 
tiadar ooneem, sbtveline Mostoa, slwrefrent pjUic 
acoess, fMieries maaageaeitt, pcrmtttiag of rtore- 
Una proineto, pbantog ibr malor fkeiUtHts, ^to ns- 
sistuRe to bnaUttea, cdulstoaey of tedend actions 
1^ atate tad tocal taterests, and reseaivh and ada- 
cational needs tor coastal renoarces nqnasffeaiont. 

Comments nnd recommendndons mU be eonsUcs-ed 
in revising ttw Coastal Reaoaves flaaagemeot Pro- 
gram tor Virginia. The revised Prpgnm will be 
sabaaittad to ^ Goveniar; General Asseartih: and U.S. 
Department of Coamerce, Otftce of Coastal June Man- 
ageaant In t97S. 

All interested parties are urged to attend toe hear- 
ing and glva ^ Qlliea of fltaSteietaijF m CawMree 
aid ReaiNrees the banaftt o< tbiireoaaMtoandreeom- - 
mendatians rtfatlvb to the Proposals for Coastal Re- 
teurces VanarMnent in Virginia. 



be available for public review at: 
otfOjaiEua r. vnaj^ian Memorial Ubtiry, SmMhtield 
ChMuwafca Pi*lte Ubrary. CWe Cadnr. Ches^make 
FnuUto UbranAs«oeiaitto«, 900 W. EM A««.. FrinUln 
' " ~ * " - ary, FrtnkUn 

Ave., Norfolk 










PVI^ 




PteM lltHe leaatm 



Vlrgiiat Betcfc^n, Ctel. 5, IVTt 



Vanoais 



$1$ 



n't play fair 



Lymhmmi plitns bazaar 



By JOAN COATBS 
SUNSunWrtter 



Tbe PUa UtUe Le^w Mlmrk 
stasis Uleaow. WM<to m groirtng 
lii^ «i tte wtiklrts tf tbe dlanmds 
*wt t few eUUnn »b tot lond rMlag 
nld-uiM MTM^ tkt n^ No «e 
much ^ts to tti telterk la tte oAf 

"1 IMlttJJF 



saim, «xe«|^ tti Mli^Mrbood «liild- 
rM UM te «uidila. 

l^itttnt (tailog ^ ttigM of Satur- 
day, ^i)toinii«r 17, vandals broke in 
tte omeMtioii.itaad, IMd Mwm and 
p^a bn. "It va» Jvtt purt de- 
stiwtiQB," aald Baitera Pitt, vlce- 
invsfateit of ttM laagw. 

Bags tt ptp&iim wen torn op«o 
and dnaptd all &nr ^ floor. Soft 
drinie iiTvip mui addtdl to tbe pop- 
eorarutalwtte tetdc roojn at tte eon- 



,..g(^" 



Soff tfr/iilr syrifp ir^ ad^M to ttn popcorn Md tho back 
room of tho concomUon tut^ mtm used a$ a bathroom. 




eMfioD arM ma.wed as a tetbroon. 
PliM wtr* i^^Md and^ttroyed la 
tte fl^ld bouic and ^»rs, locks ««! 
evlttagfl im* t^m igpart In order to 
vB^tr Vm bii}M|]«i. An apeiisiva PA 
syttMB vas in Ite field boose luA 
tte nndi^s Irft it tkoM. 

This U not tte first time PlasaLitUe 
Leafoe tea ted Qrooble vltti break- 
int. Last Kay d tte teifbt of tte 
SMMB, vanteU iHr^eiiitteeincessioD 
staad and tteew tbe cooteirts of a 
freMer foil of kot dogs and tem- 
borgers all tttmagk tte park. "Itewed 
oatt was all over tte park," said Mrs. 
Pitt, "and it bad to te cleaned op 
so no tMU vooM {dck it iq>." Tbey 
entered tte stand by going throogb 
a cement wall. 

Two ymrs ifo, an adnlt and sev- 
eral chUdren were prosecoted by tte 
leagoe fbr teddng a trock 19 to Oe 
eonees^oo stand and onloading it. 

"Everv time thit teppms it cofits 
(tte Leagoe) mooey," said Mrs. Pitt. 
"Petvle waitt to know wtere all tte 
moDey goes," ste said. Ste estimated 
tte damage in May at 91,900. 

Tte leagoe gets its funds firom don- 
ations, sponsors for tte teams, tte 
ladies auxiliary fund raising projects 
and a small pr<^t from tte ccmcession 
stand. "Tte eoncessiao stand is really 
ttere for tte enjoyment of tte boys 
and tte convenience of tte parents," 
Mrs. Pitt aid. 

"I don't ttel it's tte toys wteplay 
ball tere wto are breaking in," ste 
said. "They all know how terd every- 
one worte. They all ^ipreclate teing 
able to play teU." 

Tte leagoe is a very wdl organ- 
ized operation, according to Mrs. Pitt, 
llwy teve 52 tesetell teams and every 
boy wto signs up is allowed to play, 
ste said. Games go full blast during 
tte season, scheduled every ni^ and 
frmn 8 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Sat- 
nrday. 

"It's a full time lob running this 
thing," said Mrs. Pitt. Mrs. Pitt, wto 
is empli^ as a real estate agent, 
said ttet tt tte off season no one 
knows abbot tte break-ins exc^ tte 
board. "Last year we fmrmed two (»* 
three boor watches," she said. "We'd 
sit tere all mgbt waittng. It just 
got tote too much." ' ' 



Tte amul Bauar, spon- 
sond W ^ Wted Metto- 
dlM Wi^anoftteLyi^Mtm 
trmted MMMdiit aioreh, 
wiU te teld in ttie JMal 
teU of tte enorfeh w tH- 
day and &tartty, OcMtmr I 
and». 

Lonch will te served bott 
itoys and a dinner of ten «■ 
turkey wlU te i^ved ttim 
5:00 111 7:00 pm 00 Fri- 
(&iy only. 

ttcloded in tte Buaar 
WiU te a variety of bootte 
featnring good tWngs to cat. 
baked foods, a Christmaa 
WiJB&''V'CodiKy<»il«Pff 
Haad-made crafts, an Early 
Amerittn Step, a nnnni^pB 
room, and nui? otter inv- 
esting and vnisoal articles. 

Tte poWc Is invltod to 
come out and Me Lynntevra 
Cterch - on of tte oltter 
cterctes in tte area. Tte 
original was built by far- 
mers and flshenneninl872- 
wtere preacUng was con- 



duded by eln»it rMe». It 
l^r was fitmAm aciwrie 
a^ wltt H e ed i grov e, Hhy- 
|^>bdand&lea. 



M«nbers are now getting 
rea^ to celebrate Ite Utb 
is^ton (^tteLynntevwVni- 
Methodist Ctareh. 



Talking to your children 



iiifiBUL BsMh parrats 
may partte4«te in a Chn- 
apeate ftamied Parenttood, 
three aMsioB coorse on 
"Talking to yoor chihtren 
abootltoi." 



Tte OOWM will tedivideo 
toto two parts, tte flnt deal- 
ing Witt ommoniattoa 
skills and tte second deal- 
ing Witt specific ({uestioos 
chiklren's sezoality. 



This ips tt* iMW f««d oB Ite floor of ttejnaia Uttle 
LeagM eoteeniiai itead nidds brdM in swaaellne Satnr- 



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A Ac Uik^ 



"Thy wtrd la a Imp onto 
my feet. aidaUghtoito 
nypath." 
-Psalms 111:105 








It Is tetter to light ooe 
Uttle candle ttaa to corse 
tte darkness.^ 
-Aottn- Unknown 



LET FAITH BE YOOR UGBT III THE BOADWAY 

b tte et«*nal eooflict betwea li^ and darteess, rememter tiiat light is a pos- 
itive force, while darkness is merely Uw absence of li^, withoot power of its 
own. Ttercfore, tt takes tet a small amoont of light to carry you throo^ tte dark- 
est hours of yoor lite; if faitt is tte source td it. By living.one day at a time, yon 
will allow this ray of lli^ to cast Its protecttve beam far enoogh ahead on tte road- 
wav to goide yoor iootstops. Then follow tt to Chnrch, wtere yon will leanr to walk 
in tte light ci faltt and banish ttie darkness forever. 



OMf moil 



I Is he carrying out 

Imaiorlty's will? 

J 

wrglitfa Beaeh &m: 

IVow <n» uqp leglAitflr wto has been elected toofttee 
t^r tte piqwse of carrying o«t tt» will of tte (tverwhelm- 
i^ tt«]ori^ of tte people, wtth r^ard to tte secority and 
'ffenw of oor eonl^, teve tte gall to make an ao 
fense of onr eooatry, teve tte gaU to mate an aboot- 
se and vote FtMl ratiflcMoB of tte itoeepttve, amb^ooos, 
fair Paafflu Oiaal treaties? Is te forgi^v his 0^ 
[office?. .;.: 



ipparently mutt • laudator intends to carry oat his own 
l-entored ttMnsts, nad Is wililiig to enter Mo a ahady 
#itt an oM^npoloas grdiq» iletermined.«t aU costt, 
t| cany out itt Mtt klea aboot what our forrign poliey 
s|ouldte.' " 

|¥oo nuiy reoil IP It was DavidaoskdeUwr, chUiman 
tteCanaioeFcrn^^Mattans,wtoliittodcaBipagtaef, 
i nmy Cuttr, to call m Mm in Loniiw ud ngfested 
t hirattetteJotattieTHlatemlisU. 

id»eqnegtiy, I had some <inalms on reading a l««tlqr 

I M . :, 

fide in tte VadiigtcB Ptet ttiat iwpearad on aftMay, 
1. 16, 1977. ovt^oBMl: "tab Enoo^igr ttf PtotlHBdM.- 
wask later tta MladelpbU Inqnirerhad virtMl^tte' 
lime arttele Itet ^ vns capttoMd: "Ite iMMwittrtS 
ire RooBiiv Oor Sofama e Bt ^? Let's pot a stcp^tt ttte rob- 
tery rf tte voter'»^s. 

I 

I A sraHor <r eqnpessaaa, whitter iw not te happtts 
tt te c jn«nb«r of tha C^hkU on foi^MiMoas aim 
MWa^t, that voUw;^ ratt^al|ea of A tnaty that 
^CH a mod^ ot-oor htm of goimiiBMl Is vlotatlag 
^s oatt of oMte. It is, tterdore. youi My and mine, to 



Coleman fan 



I^W, Vlifida Beach WM: 

'< Tk^i mart of w ut MU »«ltertag ftwn tte Ml ol 
tti tMM ■mom' tt yifff, tten an wmtMdJMfoas 
^ WMddM^ ttttMl dMlMtfwrthMitobeMd 
^ Novmber. Mai^iU CdMun tt (M tf fltoM reaacM. 

'Cwrertly iMBlag iw ttt oMw vt Attawy <^Mr«], 
^M«r Cd^MbMiOfi^ai^^tedllaHMtfwatoirt- 

^twt ttat ^te Minaa tea b^ actti^ MB^nMd 
* "' a wU^wng of Uw^, nd te tea dnotad ^kU 



remove ttese logislators from office Just as soon as tney 

vote FOR ratlficatfflo of Uie treattes. 

MdChiera 



As a resolt, Senator Coleman has develqped specific 
KOgnm* ttat te woold Uke to implemoit. These indode 
tte nifbrm sentaaeing of criminals and tte merit system 
of selecttflg ]adps. 

Virginia aeeds a loadM- tt Uk office of Attorney General 
wto will imploneat programa soch as ttese. Senator Cole- 
man hu Aowa ttet te has not only Uie qoalificatiaas hot 
tte leadersh4> as well. 

Viigiaia Needs a man lite Marshall Coleman. 



Tonrstnily. 

Mary B.Davis 

713 Qaaen EUsabett Dr. 

Viifinla Beach, Virgiofa 23452 

Hotels, houses 

Eitttor, VirgiaU Beach SUN: 

Wtere doas-tte latnwioD npoo a residenttal area atop? 
Thr laadowaers wairt land along Clob Honse Road resoDed 

fntt raidMtlal to hdel and motel complei. 

Tte honaowaers wte take pride tt living tt ttlsarea 
wtaA before tte Viifintt Beach Planniag Conmissira to no 
anil. Ttey did not evw listen to Mr. Scott, Ureetor of 
Pttptfog, trim fippostd tte resonlag to prevrat farttw non- 
■laiiriaBllil iatrastoa ttto tte aeigfaborhood. Can tte Ctty 
Codicil of Vliftttt Bead save oor residnUal ar«a? 

Jttewtly, 
^nUard J. Ciwatew 

mKMtVommL 

^^#lttBeach 



skiing 
in Va. 
Beacli 



Tte Neptune Festival Snow 
a>ow— Snow aiing Eitrava- 
ganza will te held at Hay- 
good Steting Center, Od. 
8 and 9. 

A mnltifaceted. mnltt- 
phased ezhibittao and dem- 
onstration of tte World of 
aiow Skiing will take fdace ^ 
in ttw Haygood Steting Cot- 
ter off Independence Boole- 
vard. 

It is feU ttat ttis is to 
be tte largest stow of ite 
kind to appear tt tte Soutt- 
eastem part of tte United, 
Stetes. Tte substance of tte . 
Show tt unique; Vermont has 
its own teeed of freestyle 
sH^s and Hot Doggers. One 
of onr main attradions will 
te jnst ttet, tte Eastern 
Freestyle Flying Circos. 
Two ilrls and a guy ttet 
travil aroond tte United 
States performing and show- 
ing ttelr talente 00 a re- 
volving dti ballet deck and 
a Ski Jmnpttiatiu^iedstteir 
bodies smne twenty feet tt 
tte air. More i»ted fOrtteir 
aerial ttate on dOtt (flips, 
gaynors, daftneys, and 
Christies), tte twins, Peter 
aiui Tette Roshford, along 
Witt Tracey Kasd teve re- 
ceived quite a bit of re- 
cognittcB nationally fwttieir 
ballet aad lU performances. 
Recentiy filmed for C.B.S., 
ttwy tn^ eqiaUy edited 
aboot eomiag to Virgintt 
Beach as we are to teve 
ttwm. ' 



guest tea 

Ite fint lanehMm of tte 
Fori ^1^ .IMaa's Cttb 
77.tt you- win IfteM 
Thm^ay. OdsbM- Itt^tte 
Fort mtj Mieer's CIA 
at U no« AttMte shOT 
laaliriag mm lA ui^M^ 
^rii^^ba^asattBdby 
a tfttl <*ittlag sM«. iost. 
lag tt» ^M>w evtel wlU 
te Navy i^aten af tte 



In Windsor Woods — 
Plaza — Qreen Run 



The CitfAoNe Parish 
of ttM My SpMt 




7 pjm. IM4 MO All Ajn. Sun. 

TeMKHM 340-yi22 



HayiMS FuTBtture Company 
Bayslda Motors 

4747 Store Dr. 464-4563 
Cterles C. Hale. Sr. A Staff 

Ksmpsvllls Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 , 
Rotert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 

Lindsay Bros. Inc. 

Plumbii^-Heating-Fud Oil Del. 
065 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 

Charlia's Saaf ood Restaurant 

3139 aiorem*.- 491-9863 
Maty E. Rdq;>ett AEmplc^ees 



Ksllam A Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. Supplies 

Prttc^ss Ann Stetion 427-3200 
Frank A David Kellam 



Andy's Plumbing A Heating 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
Sttte-Regtttered-New A Old Woric 



Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacmc Ave. 428-9161 



Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy. « 
Sandy Boltt A Emptoyees 



Chesapeake Savings A Loan 

Fradc N. Wood and Assodates 

Englnesylng Media hnc. 

806 R. Uterty Stireet 
Cbarltt Rackworth A Sttfl 



Rosewood Msmorlal Park 

«31 WitiA Dttcldtt. 497-8925 
C. C. Klitpalrick 



wnils Furniture at Jtlllitop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums A Staff 



Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name Anfliances-TV-Stero 



Home Federal Savings 
A Loan Assoc. 

1635LaskttRd. 4^-0327 
Church Accotmte Welcome 



Smith Sales A Service 

460 BattlefieM Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smitt A Employees 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740. Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr A Employees ' 



Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 IH>indexter St. 545-7337 
James L. Marshal], and Employees 



Todd Electric Company 

H«U7 A Moses Todd k staF 



Higgins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
CfHpil M. Harrison A Associates 



J.D^ MUes A Swis, Inc. 

J.D. Miles, Jr. and Associates 



Townsend Fuel, Inc. 
Brentwood Restaurant A Lounge -'""» **» «^*« and--:mpioyees 

1312 Geo. Wash, ^way 
Ctesapaake, Va. «^-0611 
Tmu a Linda Ra|d«r A Co. 

Sou^iam States 
Ovsrton's Market i7MlBu!tary uwy. Sso-m'i 

1419 PdnttiMr St. 5^-9496 L. BelmoM. Williams A Persomwl 

Tte Owrtons A Eaqi^iwes 

Plasser American Corporatfioh 

Mana^mMt and PerMonel 



I This feature is made poss|}le through Vne coopo'aticm 
of our minteters. It is paid lor by these area firms who b«)lleve 



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Ttfitt ft-B) 



Neptuiw I 



It ms Ncptone F^timl Day at Virginia Beach, Satu^y, 

Crowds liMd VufMa fiMch Blvd. along RoReiDunt R^ 
to ^H^itf^ IfaU &tu4a]r nornli^ in order to view tbe 
Coroni^ par^e. tto ^rttte was lead by Mr. and Mrs 
J<^ Ittner and (eaturad local as well as out of stat(» 
mai«^if l»qds, CAP Teleptene Co. won first place 
in tte i^raU fjoat, «Mnpetiti(», and the City of Virginia 
Bea^ aNfi tt» MMl^ Aarard, lor origiuUty, 

&tiii#y ato^ooB sA Cu^ P^dleton, tte Seafood Feast 
got pi^^ay. Tlck^ sal^ were estimated at 4,W0. An 
agrtedtiffal iodn^rial Mr iras beld in c(«jattetio| vitb tbe 
(east. Food, beer ud n^c was pleotifal wklle a|e cnnni 
enjbydr^ autaoBB weatter is Virginia B»cli 





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im WEATHIH 
ISREAbY! 






JUSTRECeVED 

PINE STRAW 



THBi miieHB smwumt 

..»€m.1t.UM9m 

a»fctt.Mfai 

;.sBiM.aj»Si 

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THAT iXTiA lOOSr IS HU^Y: 

1/2 % Graaa OMitar mtro|^) 99 te ^. 

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• martWBi..... 
■yteiai Um riinMi) ftHii. 
CoMb Saatf (Ma^ IM »« 



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SO ARE YOU 

READY? 

PRICES EFFECTIVE TBSU Moadaf W/I%m 

—Act Todoiy 

Plo--C<»plttt Um of SoBtbera Statta Dairy i PMlfTi 

ArlM aatf 0orsa FMd*. Also fall iifaatory a< tlnn, 

Faseini, tods, larlvut, fsMs sal Assy «4ktr Sini 

, DiftMi itsaa. k racfc THt LARCBtT GROUP OT 

laiiBCir. FABM A ROME SUPPLttS ffl THE Dt- 

rrntE TIDEWATER AREA. 



>5t~$ofi»ifor*-'2;45 ^. 



Mr. and Mrs. AUoi Har- 
din Wii^, SOD; 

Mr. and Urs, Terry Lou- 
is Marsdea, ^tfttter; 

Mr. and Mra. Ron- 
ald Grey MOTton, md; 

Mr. and Mrs. Jfiha Gar- 
rett O^VP^, 4aM^r; 

jir.uiMrs.1iteiiaelAn- 
tfaMy^:a;^ane, acta; 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander 
Jobs Martnsceitt. Jr., 
da^tter; 

Mr. ai4 Mrs. t«naiii Ray 
BCil^, iOD; 

Mr. sad Mi^ Ri^ard 
Douglass Aaiic, Jr:, dai^- 
ter; 

Mr. al^Mrs. RooaieGeBe 
Wr^^j-i^; 

Mr. and Mn. Janes Ed- 
gar Uonis, n, 80^ 

Mr. and Ut$. Edvanl A. 
Sd^ MB; 

Mr. ad Mrs. Aatooio S. 

itr. ad Mrs. Smeae M. 
R^toimrski; fem 

Mr. ad Mrs. Itaotiqr A. 
V^krd, a«; ■ 

Mr. ad Um WilUam G. 
Btttahte, Bn^isr; 

Mf. ad MttiAftw' WoU- 
gang Bai^i'jFini^ stt^ 

Mr. ad Mrs. Va Jobun 
Voor>Hiij sfli; 

Mr. aaft Mn. R««s«ll W. 
Grcon, flWt 

Mr. a^^i.4^lM Lee 
Coofptr, di^trt^ ^ 

Mr. at M». Carl Bro- 
MrHoiHIi sob; 

ifr. attMrs. muian Earl 
Twaer, son; 

Mr. ad Mn. £*iu« Earl 
^MlfW, in; 

l£-. w^ MBi»4et«r Car- 

and Urt. ^^My Joe 
Hi^iitt, tk^bter, 

Ut art Mrs. RrtwH W"- 
Itaai Pntel. Ir.. ma: 

4M . MM Mi*> dtyi UMV m - 
oiiw Pai», dM^ef; 

Mr. ad Mrs. ClarlM 
ntrTiul Wfcriitr daafliter; 
John 4. 



Ssalood flf all U^ va anOiMa fir aavlMf*. ojwtars 
a a ball adl. Mad fisb, dams, sealleqis andnora. 



PlKiiinaclst hcES 




...disqofieis w^ghi 
, oonDnpiogiciiii 
thotrecivrwoifcs! 




^l i^^ 



lea 



pb«n forrest, daagMer; 
Mr and Mr- ^" 
DMflaa Aadcrto-- 



^M 



Phannacttt Dan Smi^oi 
Bitf9«r's Drug Store ia St, 
Charl^ Dlinos is a NaturSlim 
'iMdivrw" alter loMog, 18 pounds 
in |iut two weaks. l^tt hmi- 
ing so much about tlw NattuSlim 
pnogrvB tom custoiaMffa and seeing 
da MKsribBrt iwults thev wwe 
bniag, Dan d«3ded to try it himaeU. 

"In my auny yean as a pharmacist, I've 
seen tod tried numerous weight-lost plans, 
bttt none have worked as weQ for me as NaturSUm. 
iUid MMur^in is very nutr^onal too!" 

Ahm three monUia, Dan has not regamed any of the btt 
pounda eitlMi^ as ao often happena when "rel»undu^' from star- 
vitfxm d»t i^^ffis. Hf maintaina hia w^ht by taking Natur&im 
omse daAy*,. ami Mting normally ottuwwoe. 

Dan sa^ 'It was suipnsinglf easy, too! I didn't have to attend 
any w^;^m^, stMfe myself or do any specMl ezerctaw" 

WMi tfM Netttr^M i^ognun, there are«B» ahota. dn^ or tong 
Usto of IwIimUMd f^Kla. In fact, you are encouraged to eat a 
normd, w^I-balanced dinner every day. 

Tim iMXt time you are in the St. Chttla area, atoii by fiurgtf's 
Dnyandae I3ma> ^m^U. HeV ^ ^w pmmm^ what he 
Oi^iAioutNatui^m! _ 



KATCH-ALL 

KALE KATCH-ALL GUARAHTEES A 80LUTK>R TOMAHY 
OF rmSE PROBLEMS. pST TAKE > GLAMpE AT fBXSi 

I^Vb •!*« ttiaa j|st a 
afadc tra* ika ttarvtiooa 
Ba«,Kateb-AU,^t. fS9S- 
MM, ^hBiatw ^wr 
idaiMng ^^iMBs...... 

iMte savinc ]^itr val- 
Hdda frott vasbiac avay 
ft»tv«r. Mada froBi elaar 
LevM BiaterML..te U*p 
aUovs ft«a pasM^ <rf 
mter flvoa^ tba nntt and 
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TbaMfateb-AU Ue traly a 
aueey saving revotattoa 
K> Batter hmr yoa lo^ 
at tt»ad la asUy tt- 
sMMt an be opM«tad 
by ttsboaavifa. 
na K^ «lteteb-AU U a 
ntf t eoBsis^ tf ttva 
parU: 1) Tka bowl syTbe 
twth-iaa barriar ring i) 
The mbbar O-riag 445) 
Th* tun >rti|.]ik« elampa. 

....[^tailed poaltia, 

tha parts aiipear iatbose 
rMpacttve positlaa from 
bottOBi to top. In order to 
rameva Am boiA and barr- 
ier ring tot claanlBC or 
ramoral of fshMblM, you: 
1) wblla teMiai m bo%l 
In plaea, pwb ovtvard 
troffl tha eatar a tbatwo 
arm-lfkt clamps vttb year 
tbnmbs...tba limag thaa 
ap tree from tba bottom 
of tbe bowl, t) Next lower 
tba trap bowl O-rlac and 
barriar riv togatbar, a- 
IS. still 

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«^ a em^t taw, dia- 
mad^lflgs, sfa^Wi from 
rlags, dttias, ^Mas or 
wnriaM. 

As a. raalt :<tf ttah salt 
b^ng Msl^ i«m«nriida. It 
ala dlmbuitis clonpwc 
dne to teir, iAuM fife - 
Jacts (meW ttr ^astfc), 
^«7, food parttelas, or 
BHd:e*q> artteMs, etc. 
(knsaipai^r ttw «aa of 
UqM dratai opaars, 
itapM araaBfliabtra 
tbamalvas is 
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stlli boldliv (&a bowl ap- 

akt. 4} Raaava aU val- 
la and terdignpar- 
ticlw fk-om tba barriar. 
S) Dlaposa of tk» Uqsld 
la tha bowl aifelaalba 
barriar. To rafnstall place 
tta barrier rlag oa top 
<tf tba bowl, tba rabbar 
0>rlng on tba top of the 
barrier riag, aa rapMet 
tba oait onto tba bottom 
of tba pipe naeb, rapo- 
sition tba two ann-lifca 
elampa usdeniaath tbe 
bow! to he- 

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Vl^Ute Bm^ Sun, Oct, %^ 



^mm 01 PUBUCATION 
Inthe Clerk's Omc« of the 
Cireult Cmn ot Um City of 
Vininia Bmth, VA., on the 
23rd <ky of Sifitwiber, m? 
Katbleen A. Laform Giiifln 
nainUff, 

Wf^nr S. Gilpin, 
Defendant. 

The object <rf this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
MM defendant, upon the 
irowds of UTinc leptrat* 
and apart wltbovt any eo- 
habtt^Ion ud without ia- 
temiptioB for a period of 
more than one fear. 

And an affidavit having 
been made wl tte4 tw 
due dOliaoee tea fiwM used 
dt la betelf of tte Cteat- 
Flalnaat to as^vteta in 
vMch county <»- mrpan - 
ttn the defenritaof ki with. 
01* «(f«et. the ^ kwtn 
PMt otfiee addrwi Mng : 
\m 8. Iimtary U|hvay, 
VA. illior- 
thtt he do appear 
htft vrt^lii ten (M) days 
•fhr dm paMteanon tert- 
of, Md do irtBt ma^ bt ne* 
cetnry to pr^^ hte te- 
teairthWsMt. 
A wpf-tw^: Jolui V. 
riMritraas 
By: PrttI A. Keeaeten, De- 

Wi&Bi A. Marritt 
lailGfi^ Street 
MoriDlk. VA 2M10 



VBS. 10/1 
lfl/M-« 



10/12 - 10/19 



ORDER OF PUBUCATIOM 
kthaClerk'aOtHceofthe 
Ctrcuit Cwrt of the City 
of TlTflnU Bench, VA, on 
the 13rd day ol September, 

\m. 

darlene Fay Gnstaitis, 

n^iUfl, 

iiaiMt 

Man Leo Timatlqr Gwtal- 

tli 

DBfcodaitf. 

Tte object of ttds suit la 
-to oblain a ittvwee a vin- 
ci^ iMtriBOQil from Oc 
aaki defMtoat, opoe the 
grona^ of one ywr m^ 

Art M affidavit tevlai 
been nude art flirt that 
Qm driertaat is a na»^r*- 
ildinl of the Stnto of Vlr- 
giato,, tte taat kaova post 
ttBm rt*MS betnr »11 
Mn Ch«ie„ CMorado 
%rtaV, (^inMo. lOtlO tt 
Ik ordaM fittte do 
pear hern 
difs afta* 

hereef. artdovirttoi^be 
n e q M ttM ytepwteetMate- 
tcritttatkiaMdt 
A M^-Teste: Mm V. 
FeabMS 

^ Patti A. KeeBebaa. De- 
Mty,Clcrk 
Jerry Fl^er 
TIdewatsr Legal AM 
Soefoty 

W Graaby SInat, OOloe 
S90 
KoHtilk, VA 2SS10 



Ifitttedoap- 

rtWt.toa (10) 

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tt^ - 10/12 • iO/ll 

i(y2d - It 



la tifa Gterr a C»le» of tte 
Cfttatt Covt of flw Ctty 
ei Vtegtoia Btteh. VA,en 
flw 2wli dw of Saptarisw 

tm. 

AMieMaeGarrts, 



BqrGterrla, 



The dbieet of thia salt 
tf to obM^n n ^Nvree a 
iMnto mNMnoitttrMitiM 
MM daf andrtt. y toe 

iM 20. im. ** 

^Art an affidavit tevlng 

baea made art fUrt tM 

ite defcadaat to a aoa-re- 

ddent of the Siato of Vir- 

glaia, toe toct kaova poat 

ofHee rtdren being: e/o 

Loaao (kurto, JoaMvllie, 

Morth Caitdtaa tt to entar- 

rt ttet te do appaar hen 

atthto toa (10) di^ after 

dM prtrtloillffli heraof, art 

do itet Buy be aaceaaary 

to prated Ua lal««at to 

tttoanit. 

A eopf-Tade: Joba V. 

Faatreaa 

^ Mtl A. Ifaaaahin, 0»- 

prtyant 

Fiahk i. Batter, m 

200 Viiktoto Beaeh Urt. 

P.O. Boi 4177 

Vligiafa Baach, VA 

V^lO/5 - 10/12 - 10/lt 
10/21 - 4t 



Qumof iraujcAflw 

bttaCleit'ffXiiaaftta 

Clreait CoaH of tta Oto 

of Vliftoto Baaai, VA. oa 

tte 2trd day af Saptotober 

1177. 

EUatfatfe E. Dareey. 

Boy Q rtetflpher Dai^r 



Tha 

to t» 




OT^OO- 



ob^t of 
Bbtola a Mnmt a 
«( thoro Mto toe 
1^ toe 
of eoaatniMw ^ 



the last known post office 

VA it tnVHpiat he 
do appaar HuilHthia ten 
(10) diyi after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do wtat 
may be niaeessary to pro- 
tect his itttereat in this suit. 
A copy-Taate: John V. 
Faatreaa 

By: PatU A. Keeneten, De- 
puty Clark 
DoaaldO. Wtoe 
211 London Biid. . 
Portomooto, VA 23704 



VBS - 10/5 
10/26 - 4t 



10/12 - 10/11 



totoeCtoik'tOttcaettoa 
OrMtt (Mali of tte C^ 
of Vlndito AniA, VA..OB 
ttl 27to^ of S^toatoM- 



0. lob«rtaon, 




aoiiut 
iGutiel 



ie Wtoto Bobtrtaott, 
Dafaadaat. 

The ob|^ of thto aott 
to to obtdtt t^tfMr^ n 
iteote auMnMaUfiirtitoa 
ailt rtaftiplitfj ipoa ^ 
iNMida if tiganttoa tor 
tow* toaa oaa (1) ytar. 

Art n tftidavit tevta^ 
beee Mda art fUrt ttat 
dae (fiUiaaM bu teM aa- 
ai «r Mr to beb^of toe 
Qtomattlat to i^artoia to 
iMal ooMlly eroorperatton 
tha dafaadaat la, vitoovt 
attach ton luM tanva poat 
offie* addraaabator Stt9 
BtttM Rort, ravliia 
Beach. VA it to ordarrt 
ttat dto do appear bure 
«ltkiB toa (10) days after 
daa pidtlifatifln hM^wf , art 
do what DUf be neeeaaary 
to protad anr intorMt to 
tttoaait. 
A eopy-TiMte: Jotoi V. 



B|; Patti A. Keeneten, De- 

Mir&«ater Mortolk 
PUaa 

iSSPeadnreh Street 
llorftfk, VA 23S10 

VBS - im -10/12 - 10/U 



oaxmfff PUBucATioii 

to ite Clark's Ofltea of toe 
dreaU Co«t of tte City 
or tmm Beaeh, VA., oa 
ttelMdaf QfSaptatobar, 
ItTf. 

Ptoiatiff, 



Jaaaa C. Peektem, 



fte object of tida aatt 
to to ,«btato a divore* a 
I ilteealeaMtriBoaifrMitta 
,saM ihfanitoBt, npoe iw 
grdiiads of oa* yaar m - 
paratioa. 

Art an affidavit having 
baea made nd fUrt thaf tte 
defeadaal toaapa-raaMaat 
of tte Sbrt* of VtiglBia, 
to* lad^ kaom poat otfl^ 
adiraas betor imSea J*- 
Ub nvd.. Steruuato, CA 
tt to oPdarM that te do 
iW*arbn«iirMdataa(10) 
difs after dM piMtoaltoa 
tenof , ttd da irirt any 
te aeoasaan to prated hU 
iateraattothtosidt 
A eopy-Taate: Jobs V. 



By: PattiA.Keeaebaa.De- 

pa^caerfc 

IIIBtaa P. Bvartie 

P.O. tm lOM 

Virgtoto Baaeh, VA 23491 



im - 10/12 - 10/11 
10/26 -4t 



OBDES OF PUBUCATIOII 
btteCtork'aOtfteaottte 
Cirtait Coort of tte City 
of Virgtoto Bauh. VA^ oa 
tte 2tttday of Septoaibsr, 
1177. 

C^arlae Mart* 
PMatlft, 



Jatoes Siebard KinaM*. 



Tte o^e^i or tMs «f» 
to to obtoig a Avmve a 
aiaaaa •! thoro, tote later 
BMfpd fato a#vora»avto- 
oto aiafriaio^ fren tte 
aiM d^Mdaat. voa tte 
gwwBdiflldtearttoa. 

aa affMMt tevtog 
artlUrtttettta 
;'s totf to»M|Sst 
ofaee rtftaM to2i4tMM- 
baakTraC T^3l,Vto|»da 
Vliftoli art ttet 



rt br art oa bahatf «f tte 
puBm to MCMtototeiid 
eeaa^ or eenorMMa toe 
difipter tot, mama aMid. 
II to^titiMittMte * ip- 
pe^ tea ^to^ (IQ 
dqrs aa«r di 



topretadbto 
itottsaiM. 
A e^-Teato: Mm V. 
Paolr^ 
m- P^A.fiaaitea.tf»- 

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^)V CAl»B AGAINST 



to tte arcHlt CmH tf tte 
(m 0tViiilMftB««kontte 
IMIfiayil^pMibw.1177 
E^to (tf twdm May Hunt, 

c.p:i«s 



ft iMmrtK ttet rq»rto 
of to* tu^mum of JameaW. 
tort, Smartor of tte Ea. 
td* of Eteto* May Hunt, 
DaewM^ art of toe ddrts 
art dwaanda MpJMt ter 
blate. tev* been fUrt in 
tte Ctork'a CMee, art ttet 
sto IMI^ tea i^q^rtsto- 
M to* <|Mlfteatioa, on no- 
tloa of tte C»entar, It is 
orddwi ttet toe erwtttors 
of, MC aUothai«idw«drt 
to, toft Atete josta* eaua* 
if ai^ toty eO. on toe l»to 
d^r of Octobw, 1«77. before 
tUa Court d Ito^urtroom, 
NMtort tte paynad artde- 
Uten of tte Estote to tte 
dtatotodeea of Eudealliy 
laal. iritofMrt requiriic a 
refrttegbort. 

B tolkdhd'otdttrrtttttt 

(Mtt, M^paMfriMd 0B» a 
vadc $tsr hro auoOMwIve 
weeks tt tte VirtfdsBeacb 
Saa^ a aavqaawr paliikttrt 
to ite Otyof flntotoB«aeh 




inia Beach Public Notices 



Vig^to . 



MartSi Breedea, Homrd 4 

MteUmui, Attya. 

1700 Fird Virginto Bank 

Tower, 

m St. Paul's Blvd. 

llorfolk.^ir0nto 23510 

A copy-taste: JoteV.Gen- 

tresa, Clert 

By: J. Curtto Frdt, D.C. 

VBS: 10/5 - 10/12 - 2t 



STATEMENT OF OWNER- 
SHIP M/USAGEMCNT AND 

VIRGINIA BEACH SUN as 
required of SepttnibtT 30, 
1977 Sec. $635, TiUe 39, 
U.S. Code, Date of filing: 
Sept. 30, 1977. Pobliahed 

tlon: 131 Roaemoat Rort. 
Viifinia Beaeh, Vi.2$452 

Publislier: F, HanesByer- 
ly, P.O. Box 497, Frank- 
Utt, Vir^nia 23SSI. Edlt(»r: 
Br»t A. Norri*. 900 Paci- 
fic AvMue, Virginil BeacA, 
Va. 33451, Offlcsrs:F.Haa- 
M Byerly, Presided, 
Fn^iB, Va. Kaaaeto R. 
Byerly, Vice- Presided, 
Levidovo, Moot; Nancy 
^rly, secretary. Frank- 
Ito Va. Bortholdars mort- 
gagetti and dbar a*curity 
hdders owdng or holding 
1 per c«it or non of total 
attdirt of bonds, duNrtgages 
or otoer secnrttiM: aoae. 
Total no. copiea pddrt 
13,924 paid iirealatlpn: 
sale* tiUH)u(j ddalers art 
earriffs, s red ymx^nr' 
art comtei salei ''^ Mi 
mail nibscrtpttons 1,973 
total paid dnmlation 
ll,«4 Five (tfimbdioBlgr 
fluU carrier ordtoR' means 
aunplea o»nitflto«torvart 
dter fr«f cqpai 13c ^- 
les didnbdrt to mwa a- 

rta bd ad sold 2I6 To- 
di.'^botlor if.sgi Of- 
fice, it over, un-4Ccvud- 
_-^ si.f!ert !»ftor prteting 
" (53 Ttal 18,924 I cer- 
uiy ttet tte statemteto 
niade by me dwv* ur* eor- 
red art OMDiAd*, Bred 
A. Norrto, Manager. 



MECHANICS UEM SALE 

By drtne d Swrttoa «-34 of tte VirglnU Mdor Vehicle 
Code, toa naderateirt will sell at public auetton on 
M(»fDAT, OCTOB^iO, 1977 

d Tidewater AMC/Jeep/Honda, 3152 Virginia peach 
Boulevard, ViifinU Beach, Virginia, the fbllowing auto- 
aMbitoB to aatisfy Uena Ibr repairs. 
1963 Sanbter. aerial #031360 
1969 AMC. aerial *A9A3S75236461 

TMewder AMC/Jeep/Honda 
VBS-10/5 - It 



MUnCE OP PUBUC REARIMG 

Tte Virginto Beach Pluming Ctanmisdon wiU hoitd 

a Public Bearing on Tueaday, Oddwr 11, 1977, at 

B:00 Now to tte Council Chantoen d tte Adaiids- 

trattoe Mldtog, Prtoeeas itort 

,|l*adi, Viigida. Tte. fbllowing apidic^ona' 

oatteagenda: 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

SUBDIVISION VARIANCE: 

1. SdNUvidoB Variance: Appeal frtmi DeeidonadAd- 
miaidntife Ofttcen to rmird to eertoto demeds d 
toe Sddiviaioa Ordinaace, iMdiyidoa tor ffir Gatohrt 
Cf&rpcntioa. Property locatrt oa toe Ead aid* d Bol- 
lart Rort, 6M.64 fad Soato of Sblpps Corou' Rort. 
Ptoto Witt aor* detoitod iafmrmdtoe are available to 
tte Departmed d Pbumiog. 

2. Subdivialoa Variaaea; Appeal from Deeidooa d Ad- 
mtolMrattve Offlcen to rejjpud to Mrtato etemeds ai 
tte SdidiviaiaB OMtoaace, Subdidaion tor Gary D. 
Padey. Property tocatrt 95.50 fed Wed of iforton'a 
Rort adeadog betoren Ocean View Avwm ud Lauder- 
dale Atcbm. Plda Witt more detiilrt idwmation are 
avdldUe to tt* SvartoMd of Ptamdag/ 

3. SdMttvldOB Vartrt^: ^VmI fnun Deddoos d Ad- 
mldstoativ* Ofticars to retpud to certato ctomorts d 
tte SdMfiviaioB Ordiaaae*. Sabdlvidoa tor Artrew A 
ll«raid MM*- Property locatrt on tte W«d aMe d 
LoadoB BrUg* Rort, 105.21 fed Sodh d Eloa Drive. 
Plato wtth mm detoUrt Mcamation are anilable to 
to* OapartoMd d Plateing. 

4 Snbmvi^ia Variaae*: Epsmi to»i Deddou d Ad- 
miiistrativ* C^c«s to ranrd to Mrtoin dMBMts of 
tte Sddlvldoa Ordnance. Mbdivialoo tor R.E. Brimt, 
Jr. Propwrty tocatrt on tte !f(»rto afate dRoUnMa Boa4 
214.74 fed Wed d Charity Neck Rort. Ptoto wtt 
man dddtod idarmatiQn are anild>le to to* Depart* 
mad of Plaaatog. 

5. Mhdivldoa Variaae*: Apped from Dectoions d Ad- 
midstrativ* Offlcen to t^ud to cMiato dMaents of 
tte Mbdvidoa Ordinaace, Snbdvidoa tor Clamed R. 
WMto. Property locatrt d tte Sodbead adremlty tf 
dmM 9m Quay. Ptoto wttta more detaUrt taformatiai 
are available to tte Departmed d Plannli«. 

6. fttodividM Vnrianee: Appeal fma DeddoaadAd- 
miaistoativ* Ofll^ to rqpud to certato dwaeds d 
tte Si^bdvidoa Ordtoaaee, Mxfividoa tor WUliun L. 
Pag*. Property locatrt d tte Sodhmm edrMnlty d 
Bi^ Vi*w AVMM*. Ptoto witt more Mailed li^rmatton 
are avalUMi to tte Dqwrtmed d PlaadH. 
CHAMSE OF ZCmOfG DISTRICT CLASSflCATION: 

7. Pdifion d Miehad E. Bowormaa art tosate L. 

LyIe, Jr., for a Chang* d Zoning OiiMd Ctoadfiia- 

tlon from R-6 Residadid Distrid to A-1 ApartMd 

Didrid OB ^rttto mgair tocatod d tte Mortoiad 

oorter d A mrad nd BartetopI^, raitfi« a tfp- 

taa« d 195 fed aloag tte Rortt dde dAStraat 

raaatog a dtotonte d 91.14 tod dow tte WesiM* 

nqm^ fine, rm^ a (ttatiMee d 10.26 tod iAaa 

Eastertv dret^on, numtog adstoMe d 15 tod tea 

Soittuly dtrm^ion, nndng sttttancedl2$fedUu 

^^nrlr dir«etioe did runrtag a dstonce d 70 led 

^atong tte W«d dde d Barbertoa Drive. teM parM 

'rtn^ .34 a»*. (l^eiBud Area). Llfltt«AVill TO- 

iJ^^SL^iB^ * **• ^^"^^ Commtodoo d to* 

twaiai^totfBewtoto-twpwyteedrtoatter " 
^ «f mi^ito Beadi^atovart tegtoa^ d a 
900 M aw* or teas bdef Gi«l«iiBQad. " i„ _ 
a ^teae* d IN.M tod Omm toa Sntt dde oE^ 

^ f^»^ »• • «»muM^ diwdtoi^ ran- 
^ a dldMMi* d M.3 tod to alMtoMMty^^OB. 

«»^ rtartig a dUtort* tf W tod to aMorto. 
i^Mtfly dreMsa art rnn^ a d^ote d fl^TS 



- »rt - »/M - »/l9 
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tiH SM MdtoM* to m^tiipartoMd d nHdv. (Mto' 

£s,,ia?k?ssi§isr "''•■*• *^ *~^ 

f. MMtoa d WWOB W, tehMtm. Pearl toes Robert, 
art Waww ttor $_ LAiM>aaaa9dftdi«Dtotrid 
naaj l llM aoa Um M M^aAMtoB-ICoaimnlty- 
■teiwi mma m tm^m pwpwty tmmm toa »ad 
dde d ttpOtel Rort bai^Mv d a pM no lad kor* 



or leaa South d stoa**hore Rort. ruteiaga dlataac* of 
177.63 tied along tte Ead dde d Hottirt Rort, nadne 
a distance d 766.03 feet in a Nortoeaatorly direction, 
nmaing a dtotofice d 154.77 feel In a Northweatorly 
direction art ntodng a dstonce of 696.70 fed in a Sodh- 
weaterly directloa. Sato parcel ooddns2,M acres. PRIN- 
CESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

10. Petition d Dadson Investment Corp., for a Change 
d ZMtog Distriet Claaalfication from R-,6 Resldentiai 
IMdrid to A-2 Apartmed District on certain property 
toMtod 20 tod Ead d Pleaaare House Road beginning 
d a pold IM ltd North of North Greenwell Rort; run- 
d^ a dlatonet d 2M.66 fed along tte Wedem property 
Un*. rwaing a ttstonce d 394.26 fed along tte Norttem 
proparty lin*, ttartag a diitaae* d 110.26 fed aloqgtt* 
Eutara property Ute art naaing a didaae* of 413.41 
tod dong tte Sbdtera prcp*rty Uiw.Jdi, pared im- 
taina 1.572 acr«a. BAYSIDE BOROV(^. 

11. PditiOB d Hixaa L. Ov*rstr*d for a Change d 
Zonii« Dtotrid CtossUteattoa froa R-3 Raatdedi^ HU- 
trtd tol-i Lliittadi^rialDistitoloaMrtoto property 
totetod M tte Hdlb dde d LawMnto Rort b^tartit 
d a pdd 618.SS fed Ust of Prtena Ann* itoad. run- 
dag a dataacs d 74.40 tod along tte N<Nrttdd*d 
LrttttoWB Roa4 raaatog a dtotttte of 1127.05 fed atoag 
tte Eaa^ra pr49*rty Uwc roai^ a Astaate d 74.40 
tod along tte Kftr^rn ^qp«tylto*artrvulingads- 
tane* d 1127.M fed aloaftt* WM*ra proparty Ite. 
8aM parcel codatoa 1.92 iKr«s. PRUI&ESS ANNE BCm- 
OIHM. 

12. Petition d Alvto L. art Letto M. Thoaqwoafora 
daage d Zoaiag Distrid Ctosdftoatlfln firnn R-6 At- 
ddanttal Distrid to B>2 OoBUMatty>Mda*as Udrtet 
OB CBrtato piiHarty locatrt aa tt* SoiMi dte dtadifii 
Rtvar Rort ba^aiiv d a ^dd 764 fad EadfdKMp*- 
vfite Road, ruteii« a didaac* d 153.54 tod aUag tte 
Sodh aide d bdlaa Mver Rort, rtei^ a distate* 250 
tod dong tte Eadwn propnty Ito*. rantog adidanc* 
d 165 fed doag tte SotdtoapnytetyUMartnadag 
a dstaao* of 250 tod atoag. tt* IMwNi prqpMty Ua*. 
Sdd pared coatoiaa .9 sere. ^MPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
COHDfTKHfAL UK^ ^iMIT: 

13. AppUeattoa d Hiraa L. Ov*ratr*d tor a Coaditioaal 
Uaa Penait tor a butt dm^yafdoaaartatoprapHty 
loeatrt m tte Rortt dde d Lartdowa Rnd begtedag 
at a poidt 618.35 fBd Eaat d Pitoeass An* lumi, na- 
dng a didaae* d 7440 tod akag tte Norttdded 
LaoddowB Rort, raadag adtstoaead 1127.09 tod atoag 
toe Eastoin inropwty tow, rwoitog t dstaate d 74,40 
f*d along tte Norttera ^op*rty Um art nn^v a dis- 
tuee d 1127.(3 ted doag ttaW^dapropdrtyliDe. Sato 
pared eoataiu 1.92 aerwa. ntOICESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

14. AppUtetloe d StwUag Deettr art Lyto Modar tor 
a CooditiOBal Us* Permit ftf a daMtoard park, con- 
ceadoB, dito rdn art aalea offlea m eertato parceto 
loeatrt OB ttaitortt sM« d Sbnr* Mv*. 



Pared 1: Loeatrt d tte Nortbnd iwaar d nnr* 
Driv* art Jade Stred, ranatag a distue* d 219.29 
fad aloqr tte N<»th dde d aare Drive, nadng a 
dlstanead OO led aloag tte Eastom proporty Una. na- 
dng adistsnea d 264.M f*d doag tteHorHara property 
lloe art raadig a dtotonee d 230 f*d doag tt* Ead 
ddadladeltonwt 
Parcel 2: LoedrtdtorNortbwnt.eonar d8hor*Ibpiv* 

140 fed doag tlw Wcdna pniartr fite, ^idtorA Oi- 
tonee d 96;49 Ht^ doag tte Itorthafa pnp*rty lite art 
nadi« a distUM d 140 f*d atoag tte WsdaMed 
Jad* Stred. , 

Sdd pareda coatato 1.8 aem more or MM. Ptoto witt 
nor* ddailad Intoraatioa ar* andli^ to tt* Depart- 
aed d Ptaadiv. LTHRHAVm BO^OVGH. 

15. Apidieatidi d Creative fim^ys. Im.. id> a Coad- 
ttoaal Ute Perait to «ed il^ i2-fod by 50-toddgB- 
boards OB tertato prdptfty tessto^ oa tte Wad dde of 
Sodh LyntevsB Roai^ bpdMAg at a pdd 7» tod 
Rortt d HoaaapiB Avean*, rrtatog a distdaad 110.24 
fed do* tt* W«d Sid* d Sodkl^yntevn Rort. na- 
di« a dstne* d 310 tod toa Soattwadaily dr*etoi 
nndi« a dstoaot d 2M ftel SMxre ortoss to A.SoiMm'ty 
direetioa rundag a dtotoi^ d 215 fid iWMr* or ton 
to n Eastorly direetiaB, raaaiag a dstuee (^ U6 
fed aon or Ins to a Soi^^ drw^n artnHtog 
a ^toae* d 430 fad aor* «r ton atoag tte Souttera 
IBop*^ Itoe. Sato pared cMitos l.(»l «em aof* or 
ton. LTNNHAVEN BOaOQCSL 

16. Appllfattwi d Barry E. Ttens Inr a Condttond 
Un Parmtt to board hmrsn okteatoto proparty tocatod 
OB tte N(^ aide d Laaddain itort bHi^iMg da 
pdd K1.04 fed t&st d aUem Rort. mnatog adMae* 
d 293.78 fed aloag tte North dde d Lartdowa Rort, 
raBdng a dstanee d 758.25 tod do^ tt* SaitoB 
jHopcrty Ito*. naaiag a dstoae* d 299.03 fnt atoag 
tt* Iforttmi prqparty lie* art eaariag a dMate* d 
774.41 fed aloag tte WesMa propnty ttto. Said pared 
contdn 5 aem. nUKIESS AMHE BCnCWQH. 

17. AiplicatioB d Tte Opn DocR^Ctapdlwa Condtllaad 
Un Pendt lor a dnreh m nrtato larbpertr tocatrt w 
tte NorttddedHdtort Roadbeglaatogdapotot260 
f*d aore or 1«m Ead d tnadsOT Oda Boulevard, 
nanriag a dstnn of 3M Int.Mn or tes atoagttp 
Ndth dd» or ItoOnd Sort, mdag a dtotoaee d230 
tM/t atoog tte UtAm ptogmtf lin, mdngadMan 
d 350 fed atoag tte MortheraM«pnty Un art nadag 
a ddnn d 3U tod aoraw ton aloagth*W*^ra 
property^*. iM^^u^natoiu 2.11 aem. (Wiadaor 
Odea Wed Am). l^iftnLLE B0M>U6H. 

13. Appltodtoa d C. O. (Mlvar lor a Coadittoad Un 
I^rmit for a borrow iM on ecriato mt^x^ ki^taA 
OB tte North dde d BajpxA Itort tegUatog da paid 
300 fed Wad d Huattog Latet i anlag a dataaee d ^10 
fad ala« tte Mertt sM* d H^fgted Boadr raaatog a dto- 
tuM d 1143.22 fad to iltorttiMtorly dlrwdtoa^na- 
di« a ddanee d »W1 tod to a ftMAwMtor^ ^ac^a, 
nnil^ atoeg tte Sodh^a boadary d LateMtttoa 
potot sn tod aw* a ton ftMk d tor^ SsM Mh«, 
nadag a dsM^ d i9ir6.M tod toatM^tflydne- 
tlflB. raatog A dtdaae* d mJS AnA la n EasHMy 
dreeUoB, tteatog a dfstee* d 7l.tl Mt doag tte Vad 
aid* d H^gort PaUlJtort. nantag a ddaand 391.71 
tod to a Wa^^ #y^ a^ rtWiaat a dtotoaw d 8H,tf 

510.61 tod to a Seattariy dteaetta, mdag sdMun 
d mM tod to a InllMiteili dIridtaB. mum « 
dstaan d 100 fad to u Eastarly diiif|p, 
a dto^aan d SO lad to a Sodtefly dl idWIia , 
a dtotonee d 331.10 fed to a WestorH UrsetiaB. m- 
di« a distam d 17.9 fad to a Adterty diradln. 
naaii* a didane d 490.41 fed to a SMtheastorly 
dradloa, nadb* a dMaaee at 76.23 fed to a Mortt- 
nsteriy dii**ctloa aid nantog a dtotaan of tOO led 
to a Sodheaderiy dlrectlaa. Said pared to trrdgator 
to abape art «adatoi* 91.6 aem. Ptoto witt mora de- 
toitod toforaaada ajHCAniktl* to tte Departaed d 
Haniag. BAl ^^^_ 
If. AppUeattoM^^B^ Systeaa, Inc., tor aCon- 
dtioul Un^^^Vt a*lf-Mnrlc* gasoUn aapply 
datiw ^^^^^^^yyin^iiiii^ii^t^ Sodheut 

I Drive, na- 
di« a dUeuetf or Il« ttet iMg m Soaa side d Au- 
burn Drive, naatog a dstanee d 306 led aloag tte 

dstaace d 145 fed 



along tte itouttern propt -"* <it 

138.6 f«d dong tte Ea;- / and 

rundng arourt a curve a distance of ii feet. Said par- 
cel contains .566 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOKODGH. 

20. ApplijMtton d Pioneer Stor b Lok, a Virginia Limited' 
PartMrship, for a Conditional Use Permit for mini-„ 
warehoons on eertato property located on the East sid6 
d Hdtort Road begirmiiw at a point 730 feet more o^ 
ina Soott d StooeaboreRoad, running a distance of }'?'' ^^ 
fed dong tte East side of Holland Road, ninning t 
tanee d 766.03 feet in a Northeasterly direction, running 
a diatonee d 194,77 feet in a Northwesterly dlrectloif 
art numlng a distance d 696.70 feet in a Southwesterly 
drectloB. teid parcel contains 2.64 acres. PRINCESS 
AMNE BOROUGH. ,. 

21. ApplieatiOQ of Jote H. Turner for a Conditional 
Un PaJnnit for two duplozes on certain property knowi^ 
u Parcels B art C as shown on the plat entitled "Subr: 
dividoB d Property of Lots 1,3,5,3, East 20 feet of 
Ld 7, Block 123, Map No. 6, Virginia Beach DeveM 
and Coflipuy" art recorded in Map Book 5, Page 103 
to tte Office d tte Clerk of Circuit Court, located ai 
tte Nortbwert cornr d 25tb Street and Hedlterraneafl 
Avann, raiatog a distance of 70 feet along the Nortti 
dde d astt Stred, nanii« a dtotonee of 71.43 feet Uf 
a Nortterly direction, ruuili« a distonce of 2.92 feet 
to a Wederly direction, running a distance of 63.S.7 
tod to a Nortterly diredloo, running a distance of 72.93 
tod dong tte Norttem pnverty Une and running a dls- 
toaee d 140 feet along tte West side of Mediterranean 
Avann. Said parcel contoins 10,000 square feet more or 
ton. VmCINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

22. ApfdleatiOB d Wntmlnstor Canterbury of Hampton 
Roada, toe., for a CondltlQaal Use Permit for a home for 
tte agrt on certdn property located at the NorthwesI 
cornr d l^ve Drive art Stoi^sh WmA, nmim > ^- 
tum d 630 f ed ahag tte Itortt side d^re Driv^ 
raaiag a ddan*dt(^ toddengtiaWestem pPB^rty 
ttte, teBBtog a tUdaiimi M 680 f^ more or tendom 
tta Hvlteni pn^eo^'I^ art rcmii« a dtotonee d 
VIM fad dMg tt» fijtera pn^ierty line of which 5{tt 
tod to, tte Wut dde d Starftoh Road. Sdd parc^ 
cadainsl4.9 aei^ LnotBAV^ BOROUGH, 

23. Af^^ttoation d Itor^Kic Corporation toraCoodtticttal 
Un Hnalt Am- aid-waretouns o& cer^ j^t^ierty 
toeatrt oa tte ttortt stoe d tte Virginto findi-Ma^dk 
Eipranway bagtoi^ d a poid 483.9r fed l^ed d 
Firitt Odontkl Itort. m^ng a dlstonc* d 130 fed gkag 
tte Noi^ stoe d tte Virginto Beach-Norfolk E3q»r«ss^ 
Way, nndflg a iteton* d 655 feet alng tte We^m 
propnty Un. ruaiag a distance ol 660 feet al^ tte 
Ndtheni j^Pi^^ttrty Un, naaing a dstaace d M tod 
dai« tt* W*d side d FU-d Colodal Rort, running a 
dsbae* d ^.91 fed to a Westerly drectira art run- 
dag a dstaan d 574.30 fnt to a Sodherly dindioa. 
Said parcel eiontoin 3.35 aern. LYNNBAVENBOROUGH. 



STREET CLOSURE: 

24 AiipUnttoB d tte City d Virgida Beach for tte dto- 
eoatiiiuae^ doanre ud atendonmart d a portln of 
Rortt 0wat Neek Rort bagiadaK d a poid 160 tod 
an* cr ton Nortt d tte totersecUn d Nrarth Gmt 
Itoei Rort art Old Great Neek Rort art raning toa 
Itoftt||}y.dinM:^«,ll#ltonc* d 150Q fed more or len. 

wmwKTm.- ntePipn^in wRBtlM 
ldbl*iiattoa«r* naflddb^totte DejaumHt'dPludag. 
LYNNBAVENBOROUGH. 
AMEMDMSirrS: 

25. MdiOB d tte Pldidng Commtodca d tte Cityisf 
Viifiato Beaeh to amnd art reontoto Artide 5 of the 
Comprateaaiva Zodng Ordinance pertoidng to aide 
yard adbaeks to the R*8 art R-9 ResideBtid Distrieto. 
Mots datailrt idoraiatioo to avaUdild to tte Dqart- 
aad d Plaaaing. * 

26. MdUa d tte Planning Commtosion d tt* Ci^ d 
Virgida Bweh to amert art reontoto Artiele 6 of 
tt* Conpratenive Zootog C^dbttsee pertoMng to side 
yard adteete to tte A-1 art A-4\^p*rtmed Distrieto. 
Man ddaUrt toformatton to avdtotd* to tte Dqart- 
aaddPlaadag. 

27. Mo&a d tte Plandng C<Mnmtosiott ot tte City oi 
^^da Bnch to amnd and reontoto Sedins S.8 
art 5.9 d tt* Sabdiridoa Ordinance retotlng to Water 
nd Sadtary Sewoage ^rsteaa. More ^Urt iafbr- 
maUoB to avaitoble to the D^artmenf of Pto^i^. 
23. MoUoB d tte Ptoadng Cmimtodm d1h« City of 
virgida Bea^ to amert art reontoto Article 4, ^c- 
ttoa «1 («), d ttl (km^^enlve Zoilng Ordjaii^e 
parM^eg to Ubrarin adJMwdatW nns. Mpr* di^* 
•i iddrmatioB to available to tte Dqartmnf of Plan- 
dag. 

^.Ito^a d tte Planntog CcnmlssioB of te City d 
Mn^sla 9m^ to uMrt art mrdato Artlcto 5, See- 
itoa Mi (e). of tt* Oanp^ndve Ztetog (MBnte* 
portoidag to. Ubrarin art asnctoted uses. Md% 
tailrt toA»inU« to«niUdAe to tte D^artmnl cdn 
atog. 

30. Mo^a d tte Pldai]« Coamtodn d tte City d 
Vintoto Bed^ to mead art mntoto Article 6, Sn- 
ttoa 601 (e). d tte Cn^prdnnive Zodng Ordnace 
portditog to Utofarin art assoctotrt Mm. More de- 
ny^ tofiwtoattoa to availdte to tbl ^^rtmnt d 
Pbnifli. 

31. MotiaB d tte Planning CunmtosicMi d tte Cityd 
Vligiato BMCh to amert art reontoto Artiele 7, Sm- 
tta 701 (c) , d tte Con^rdtonsive Zoning Onlinnce 
pertaifltog to Ubrarin art anoetotrt nn. More de- 
tdlrt iddwdioo to avaitoble to tte Department of 
Plaa^. 

U. Mdton d tte Pianlng CommiaslMi of toe City of 

Viifida Bnch to aand art reordda Articto 9, 8ee- 

tin 911 (a), d tte Compretendn Zniag Ordiautn 

pnrtaidag v> Ubrarin art anociiM nn. More de- 

tailrt iddaatton to avdtoble in tte D^nrtawt d 

Ptoaelng. 

Ptoto witt mor* dddlrt idormatioa bn tte above ap- 

nUjBltiaBS are avaljabto to tte D^utoiaA d Plaiml^. 

JffilHMkWtrt person are invitrt to dtmd. 

Idbnt J. SwtT 

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ViiVHtt Madi fffl (M teM m tte makvu ^.teUMrs 
d tt* Mi^dstaMte Min«, City H^Prinns- 
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la.'HiTif.'i 
CoramiUii 
property located at the Northwest intersectiuit oi Qw. 

a point 52 feet more or less North of Prosperity Road, 
riUuMOii i Ui:»l«aicu ui 183.61 leet alouK Ut« W«iit side Of 
Geaenl Booth Boulevard, runninK a dlsiaace of St.M 
fbef aloag the Northern property lioe, riuoiijfg a dis- 
tance of 238.fil fe«t along the Western property line, 
wniog a distance of 100.90 feet tlnog the Southern 
property line and running a distance of S4 feet more or 
less in a Northeasterly direction. Said parcel contains 
,S acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

K.EUPSV1LLE BOROUGH: 

3. Petition of R and R CorporaUon for a Change of 
ZoaiDf mstrict Classificatioa from R-9 ftosideotMl 
District to B-2 Communlly-Business District on certain 
iraperty located ob the Sooth sUe of Princess Anne 
ami beginning at a point MO feet more or less East 
of Providence Road, running a distance of 1325.49 
feet aloag the South side of Princess Anne Road, nin- 
«tn| a distance of 200 feet more or less along the South 
■Id* of Salem Road, running a distance of 79$.S0 feet 
fflow the Eastern property line, running a distance of 
1214.93 feet along the Southern property line and run- 
ting a distance of 933.20 feet along the Western nroperty 
}Ww. Said parcel contains 2«.57 acres. KEMPSVILLE 
BOkovC 

LYNHHAVEN BOROUOi!; 

i. Petition of J.E.D. Corporation for ai 

ing District ClassiflcatiflD from R-6 Res' 

to H-1 Hotel District on certain parcelr 

$Outh side of Club House Road. 

faitel 1: Beginning at the Southwest comer of Cl<d» 

House Road and Duplin Street, mnoing^a distance of 2T0 

feet more or less along the Sooth side of Clnb Hmse 

Road, .running a distance of 18& teti along the We«t«r» 

SQperty line, running a distance of Zfi3.34 feet tloK 
i Southern profterty line and running a distuee of 185 
feet more or less along the West side of Di^ln Street, 
fureel 2: Beginning at the Southeast eoner of CliA 
H«we Road and Duplin Stireet, ranniog a distance of 
410 feet more or less along the South side of Club House 
Seed, running a distance of ISO feet along the Eastern 
iroperty line, ronniqi: a distance of 421.18 feet aladfe; 
:he Southern property line and naming a distance ol 12$ 
teet more or less along the Esst side of DqOin Street. 

Said parcels contain 1.9 acres. Plats with more detailed 
luftmnttoi are anU^Me in the Departaeat of Pisa- 
sing. (Princess Anne Plaia Area). LTNHHAVEN BOR- 
OtJGH. 

BAtSIDE BOROUGH: 

S. Pettttott of Teoipletoa t Associates for a Change of 
2mti^ Di^rict Classtfitttkm from A-1 Apartttent 
District to A-2 Apartment District on certain property 
locatsd on the East side of Baker Road bcclnnfng at a 
poiHt 126 feet Soott of Regent Lane, runtng a distance 
of 172.74 feet aki« the East side of Baker Rond, run- 
idi« a distance of 573.04 ieet along tiie Southen pro- 

Erty line ninoiag a distance of SOO feet along the 
stem property line, nuning a distance of 420.40 
feet staff the Northem property line, ruanias a distance 

,of lilSO feet In a Southerly direeUon abd nDninga 
dtltaiiee of 207 feet in a Westerly dirediaa. Said par- 
cS contains 3.71 acres. (Lake Edward North Area). 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

C. Petitioa of Templeton « Associates for a Change of 
asoniic Dtsti«i7in>iwit«r>Hfl»><rosa A-UJ mn^mui . 

>'ttst»let<tya g i fti a W lli tfU i Pw ilW l i* a iB< a *e i ua*siial n t 
oNperty loaAtttJOtt tke Bast sMe of Bsinr Bond be- 
giniv at a poiat 100 ftet South of Regent Laaarnnilng 
a distance of 22d feet along the East side of Baker Road, 
mnni^; a distance, of 207 feet along the Sontbem pro- 
perty line. nmnlBg a distssce (^ li7.5« ll»et alodg the 

' Sasttsv property Tine sad runaing a distance of 923.89 
feet aloaf Urn KatOtun property liae. Said parcel 
contains T. 01 acres. (L$k9 Edward North Area). BAY- 
SIDE BOROUGH. 

7. PetittOB of James E. Baylor for a Change of Zoniag 
District ClasslBoatiaa from R-9 Besideallal Townhouse 
District to A-S Apartment District on certain property 
located on the West side of Pleasure Hoase Road be- 
giimii« at a point 100 feet North of Brlgadoon Drive, 
mnuiiv a distance of 100 feet along the West side of 
Pleasure House Road, runadng a distaaee of 445 leet 
toon or less along the Northern property line, na- 
nlH a distsBce of 40 feet along the Western property 

- liw SBd ramliv a distaaee of 435.(1 feet along the $odth- 
>en nnnerty line. Said parcel contains .85 acre. BAT- 
,SIDE BCaiOUGH. 

fiSEVSnin': 

BAYaDEBOWWGH: ^ ^ ^„ i 

8. ApiAic^ttoa of Ifarclmck Coriiorattoo for a CMdlttattl 
Use Permit for mini-warebovses on certain propert; 
located on the West side of Baker Road beginning at a 

' point 342.40 feet North of Northaoqfoa Boalanfd, roi- 
alA a distance of 341.00 feet along the West sideof 
■Bakef Road, runnli« a distance of 652.92 feet aloof flie 
Northern property Une, running a distance of mU 
feet akw the Western property liae, rwaini adtslaiiee 
of lllir feet along the North side of Mitbaawloa 
AoHlemrd, naming a distance of 282 fMt la a Norther^ 
'direction and running a distance of 623.85 feet in a 
Nortteasterly dIreetioB. Said pared contains 1.39 acrM. 
BATSIDE BOROUGH. 
VtRGDHA BEACH BOROUGH: 

9. Aflplicatloa of Hodgins sad Associates, Inc., for a 
Coaditiaa Use Hmtt for a dnlex on eertnln pPop»ty 

.-located oa the Smth side of l«tt Street beginalng at a 
point 250 feet East of Parks Avebo*, nanlng a distaaee 
of 50 feet aloi« the Sooth side of 16th Street, running 
a distance of 140 feet along the Eastern nroperty line, 
runnlK a distance of 50 feet along the S<Mben property 
line aad rannii« a distance of 140 feet along the Western 
pronerty lias. Said parcel coeftains 7,000 s«ttre feet. 
YfRGOOA BIACB BOROUGH. 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

10 AfplieaUdn of The Opea Doco- Chapel for a Condi- 
tional Use Permit fbr a church on certain prqierty 
located oa tte North side of Holland Bead beglnaing at 
a Doint 260 feet more or less East of Wutdsor Oaks 
BoSevard, numii« a distance of 380 feet «9r»w less 
aloK the North side of Hollaad Road, ronalna a distance 
of 230 feel along the Esstera property lit % a 

distance of 350 feet along the Northern pro|M...^ c-r*"* 
nanim a ^stance of 315 feet more or less alonlt the 
IhSm prnerty liae. Said pareel eootSias 2.11 acres. 
(WiSSr cE wSTArea). KltMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

RiidMni J. WAbOB, City Clerk 
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jerea uiat sos oo &p 
»^ within ten (10) 
due publication 
do what may be 
necessary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Donold E. Lee, Jr. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
VirginU Beach, VA 23496 

VBS-S/14.9/Z1.9/28.10/5 
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And 



ciiDER OP PUBLlCAflM 

la the Clerk's Ottee (tf tta 

Circuit Court si tN C^ 

of Tlrglaia Beach, VA, m 

the 2nd day tf S^Nib^ ^ 

1977. 

SiMlSMttSAiai. 

FkJidiffr '""^ 



tt lilMnIt having 
te aad AM that the 
« a nMent of the 
the last 
address 
_ Cowl 
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infBit 

faisabsth 

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The eh, 
to sbtya t 
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ORDER OP PUBUCATICW 

tatheaert'sOfnoaofthe 

Citoalt Court Of liieClty of 

Virginia Beach, VA., on the 

lOthday of September, 1977 

&hn ARiert Knoble. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Christina Alda Reaser 

Knoble, 

Defeetent. 



The oi^eet of iids suit is 
te obtaili a divorce a msaaa 
et thoro to be merf ed Into 
a tf vorce a vlncnle natri- 
monii trom the said dnfen-' 
daot, npea the jjtroualik of 
desertiott and abandon - 
ment. 

And , ah affidavit having 
besn^hMd* aad filed thatthe 
defendaat fs a noa-resident 
o|ths8tat»flfyiitiida.the 
last kaeva post oOlee adi- 
l«ss Mag: BW SU, «S20 
Port OrgMfs BnawhtDay- 
tooa Beach, Florida it is 
ordered that sbe do aipear 
ham wttMB tea (lO)daysaf- 
ter due puldieaiioB hereof, 
sad do what may be asees- 
ssry to protect her iatarest 
bitttoMli 

A eopy-Teste: Jflim V. 
Fentress 

By: P^ A. Keeaehaa, De- 
poty, Ctark 
8. Miles Dotville 
1700 First Virglida Buk 
Tdwer 

mVst. Paul's Blvd. 
Norfolh, VA 23510 

VB6-9/2l,10/$,10/12,10/19 
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SIDER OF PWOCATiW 

of flsdnla Beach, Va. on tte 
21 St day of September, 1977 
EleaacH- Card l^diet 
Forkey, 

vmm, 



vaMa* Buae Foit^, 
DrfiOMiant. 

the ol^ of flito salt 
is to obtain a dtmhee a 
SMasa et^inx) from the 
ssid Maadiat, ^oa the 
groMds of cradty - Con- 
stwettvi Dosar tlon. 

And Jm siBtevlt having 
been OMde end fiUdtlMitthe 
dafeattnt is tam-tmUKtA 
of the ,»ate «f VUitfiia, 
fl» lax iamntfi^ MHee 
tOto^a b^ng:" Gesn^ 
Street, RDfl, Lisle, New 
York. 13797 it is ordered 
tlid he do ^ipear hem Witt- 
la ten (M) days after due 
vmama hereof, aad do 
iMM mtf be necessary to 
pioM^ his Interttt intHs 
■sott. , 

A eeiV'Teste: John V. 
FemtrHS 

B^ ft^ A. Keenehan, De- 
patjr.l^Nlc 
AttfrtTeleh,Jr. 
•nit 0m Iftia Plana East 
NBrleft, VAIHN 

W-i/a,I0;5,tt/12,l^ 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Va. on 
the 19Ui day of September 
1977. 

Donna Finley, 
Plliiitif' 

Siast 
imas J. Fiatey, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vlnenlo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
gfOHMli of the dtftndaM's 
n^aem^t fothepMtm- 
^Ktf OT la ^ aUstaatlve, 
hM« ttved migin^ wd 
^art ttr m«re ttan one 
year. 

Aad ah i^ldavit havtif 
ben oateaad fUed thattte 
ditadaflt is a n»'rMidMd 
(iftheStete«f^rginb,the 
iut, kweq post O^e iauld- 
ress b<Nbq(: F^eral Cor- 
reMlflnal htttttnle, ISOM S. 
B. HMr Avehne, Miami, 
FkiMa Uin it is order- 
ed tti^ be do appear h«« 



witUn ten (10) days after 
dw BublicaQOB hemof, wd 
do Wwt nay be neeskary 
to protect his intsrest in 
this salt. 

A eopy teste: J<An V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. KeMwhan, De- 
puty, Clerk 

Calnde Michad Sdaldoae 
324 London Blvd. 
CNde Towe, Pwtnnouth, 
Va. 23704 

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ORI^ OF PUffijeATlON 
b the Qerk's Office of the 
Cb«uit Court of the City 
of Vlrginis Beach, Va. on 
theJ9th day qf Septeaiber, 
IfW: 

Terry Alan Dettman, 
INUtUf; 



Apes Teresa Silvia Ihltt- 



Oef^idant. 

vinculo matriBMbUinMnthe 
said defoodant, ^^,tte 
grounds of having Imd se- 
pante aad qsirt Iw a per- 
tod of mom Hitt one year. 
And an afHdavit havii« 
been made aad ffied thatthe 
drtendaat is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last kmnrn post office 
address being: 163 Oases 
Loje, MidiB^nm, Rhode 
lafiaid it is (urdered that 
As do i^pear hem within 
tin nO) dxft sfiM* due pnb- 
HcMton hereof «id do vdiat 
wKf he necMSnry to pro- 
MA her interestintidsMdt. 
A^ 90py-Teste: John V. 
FnArMs 

Byr Pittt A. Keenehan, De- 
nib. Oerk 
MsMiiJ. Radin 
AtUtic Nat'l Bank BUg. 
Nortoft, Va. 23510 

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ORDER or PtmUCATiOH 
In the aart'sOtBeeofthe 
Cinalt Court of the City of 
Viigiala Beaeh, VA on the 
21slday ef SH^Mnber, 1977 
IbdhLBdUeRbnbaeh 
Ht«hes, a/k/a Ruth Lucille, 
CoUtaa ConfSir Hughes, 
Plalatfff, 



David Hugbes, Jr., 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
Is to Qbtaih a divorce ab- 
solnte aad final from the 
said dsfendant, upon the 
grounds of dssertion. 

And an alttdavU havii« 

dIUfMee bai eiiirBsed by 
or in bdttif or-fta eom- 
riBiiit ia ■iriiiili in 



SHOW CAl^E ORDER 
Virfii^ b "nie Cl^ult 
Cam of the Ci^ of Vir- 
ginia Bea<^ 

iQta tte iCtt day of %tom- 
ber, 1977 ^^ 

Rft Francis Kight Morri< 
aette,Deeeased 

C.P. #4601 

It il^eartngttat a mport 
of tta aceoAds of Ma B. 
DUasMn, Sae^^ of the 
aiMe gf Fraacis Ki^ 
MontaMe, ibMased, aad 
af tte deMte w# daiaawln 
aaaiast his est^ las besa 
dad ia the Clerk's Ofttoe 
add ttat ^ aoaths has 
stece tbe qnslifi- 
<m mottoo of the 





n it Ordered, tet tte 
owMMa «f , Md aU othns 
ia, tbeest^do 
ttMf ttieycaa, 
en tta semiM <by ef Orto- 
Mr, 1977 at mm AM. 
b«Bf« ttdS tXiIrt a^ its 
Owrtrewi iVittwt tte psy- 



tbe 

feet, the lajit known poet 
omce ; ajdrida beiag: 6ii 
Glsa MB CeoH. Vliilida 
Beaobt VA 11491 ttte or- 
dered that hedoappearbem 
wilMa tan (10) dnys'iHw 
doe pObUeattoa hereof, aad 
do what may be aeceas 
to protect his Interest .. 
tkisiait. 

A G0|py*teate: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Kee^ahsa, De- 
poty, Clerk 
Rothl^iil^ 
IM^lHIwNrt North 
VHvldmRhTvA 23454 

•«-9/2«,10/5.10/ 



lite St Fraacis «0I Mor- 
rises, teceued, to the 
legMis %ttairt revtfr • 
M f rth n Mr ^dads; and 
^ U >M U MiOnlsisd. ttri 
d^if Wbi Or^ 
IntheVttfinte 

• PWtr 

[jdr^tttan ti^m 
ftai^on- 




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flf^ees- 




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:iHk 
H: J. I^s Fwm, DC. 
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WHWw WAuOEi %JBtUt,m, 

II the Circuit Court of tbe 
Ci^^Vir^^Be^ 
l««pnber 21, 1977 
IntteMattMrofthe 

mmeot 

OiariK KamiMky, 
De^Nuied 

It i^peari^ that a m- 
pivt rf tte ft^ounts ^ Uni- 
ted Virgiida Bsnl^ - 
bout NiUional ExecM«r of 
tta Estrte of C^rlw Ka- 
aikiky, de4»ssed,andofthe 
dAls ud dtHsaiHtf against 
tessUtehasb^fUedin 
the Oert's Gtfffice of ttis 
Court, ud that BiMne than 
sfai motths have ebps«l 
sinee the <iittllfi(»tion of 
Oe said Exaohba', on rao- 
tton (^ tlM E»eutor, by 
eonasel, it is 

(^ERSD Qiat thecredi- 
tqrs waA att >tter penoffi 
intefested tt tte Estate of 
Oarles IMiftttky, de<»as- 
•i, do show (»Bse, U any 
mj can, on the 17th day 
of Octdber, 1977, b^re 
flds Court as lb eourtrocmi, 
MkiHt tiie pkfm^t andde- 
ttveiy of tte M^ «tate of 
taUi decedeint to Oe lega- 
tees oi tte deced^ in ac- 
cordaace ti^ the pro- 
^alOBS of tiie wiU of the 
dhe«lent, wttboat requir - 
Big mfmsiing bonds. 

It is ftarOier CffiDERED 
thst ttds Show Cause Order 
be pubUAed cmce a week 
for two<2) successive wedts 



is the Viitinia Beach Sun, 

a newqaper publislwd in 

tte City of VirginU Beach, 

Virginia. 

A copy teste: John V. 

Feitmss, Qerfc 

Bf: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 

E. S. Rutfto A Sons, p.q. 

520 Cltisens Wtak Building 

iforkik, Virginia 23510 



ORDER or FUtLlCA^M 
htteClwk'sOmceoftte 
Cir^t Govt of the City 
(rf Vltgiida Beach, VA, on the 
1^ *iy (rf S^^mbtr, 1977 
Mrteltoe f. Andrews, 
PlainUtf, 

Mxti Fraacte Andrews, 
D«teoteid. 

Tbe^JectoftUssidtis 
to d^dn a diwrce a mensa 
et thorn fma the said de- 
feadart, qwe tte poiads oi 
de-* "'loo. 



And an af flibivlt having been 
Bude and fUed that the de- 
fcadaat is a non-resident of 
the ISate ot Virginia, the last 
known post <3itic» address 
beii«: 311 Wiltow jfoooke Rd. , 
»aten lsluid,New York 10314 
it is ordered ttat he do ap- 
pear hem wlHi t« (10) days 
after die pid>llcatiaa hereof, 
and do what may be neces- 
sary to protect his interest 
in tids suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, Deputy 
Clot 

Albert L. Fary, Jr. 
218 Loaten Blvd. 
Portsmouth, VA 23704 

VBS-9/21,9/28,10/5,10/12 
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VBS-9/28,10/5 2t 




ORDER OF PUBLIQ/kTlON 
hi the Clerk's Office of the 
City Court of the City of 
ViTEinU Beach, VA, on the 
|i,of4eptonabet.l«77 

nslntifl, 

i^ainst 

Ridh Lee Bland, 

Defendnot. 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vincido matrimonii from 
the said defendant, tqxa the 
grounds of mom than one- 
year sqaration. 

Aad an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tbe defendant is a non-re- 
sident <a the State of Vir- 
giflla, the last known post 
office address being: 245 
Rodgem Forge Road, Bal- 
timore, Maryland it is or- 
do^ that she do appear 
hem wiMn ten (10) days 
i^i* due puldication here- 
of , and do what may be ne- 
coHary to protMt her in- 
t«rest h fids suit. 
A oonr-Teste: 3oba V. 
Fertr^s 

By: PiMi A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Qerk 
Thwaas F. Bets, Jr. 
Salto SM - Poabroke One 
^||. 

281 Independence Blvd. 
Vlrginta Beach, Va. 23462 

VBS-9/28, 10/5, 10/12, 10/19 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In file Clerk's Office ot fiie 
Circuit Court of Oie City 
of Virginia Beach, VA, on 
file 601 iby of Septenibw, 
1977. -^ - 

Martha A. Bond, 
Plainfiff, 

against ,4* 

Bryce B. Bond, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grcrands ot separafion in 
excess of one year pur- 
suant to 20-91(9) (a) of the 
Code of Virginia, 1950, as 
aniMded. 



And an affidavit havihg 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is anon-resident 
of file State of Virginia, 
the last known post oBice 
address being: 410 East 
65th Street, Apartment 6G, 
New York, New York, 10021 
l\ Is ordered Oat he do 
appear tore wifiiin ten (10) 
days after due pubUcation 
hem(rf, and do what maybe 
necessary to proted his 
interest in this suit. 
A c(q>y-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keaiehan,De- 
[Hity, Clerk 
Halbert T, DaU 
l^te 304 Plana One 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS-9/14,9/21 ,9/28, 10/5 



Omsa. OF PUH^ATION 

btheClot'sOfficeoftte 

Circitft Court of tbe C^ ef 

Virginia Beach, VA, on tta 

14th day id ^iteaiber, 1977 

Joyce Brehffl Adams, 

Plaintiff, 

againi^ 

DavU Berry Adaaas, 

Pftffwitont 

The obMt of m» suit is 
to obtidta a dtnrte a vinculo 
RiatriaHtii frooi tbe saidde- 
fendaati ignn the grouocte of 
parties having Uved wparate 
aad ^art tx ma« thaa one 
year. 

And mt aMIarit tevlng be«i 
made dft Wed ttatttede^ 
feataifeli a aoa-residMd of 
the StMof ^rgiida. fla last 
kaown poM offiMaddmss be- 
ing: ch I. B. Adaau, RFD 
Mini Aena, Hril Georgia it 
is ordered that be do iw^r 
here within tan m days 
after dM >ablteittoa berMf , 
aad do Mat asy be amsm- 
sary toileted Ms iiteast 



iathUfil. 
y-Tccte: 



ann V. 



A tm- 

PcBtreas 

By: PatUA.Keenehin.De- 

patyClert 

R. StuOOT Oidgtte 

Sidte US Finf and Mer- 

^uttsMkBMg. 

Nw^cdk. VA 23510 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: In Uie Circuit 
Court oftheCity of Virginia 
Beach on the 2nd Day of 
September, 1977. 
IN RE: Aopfioa (tf Thomas 

By: MUtoa Alfi^ LeGult 
and Susan Anne McCuUey 
DokeLeC^t 

ThisdaycameMUtonAl- 
fired ^eGault and Susan 
Anne McCulley, Duke Le- 
(kiult, Pettfionem, and re- 
presented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
itet Ua adoptiai ^ the 
ab(nre haaad ialant, Tho- 
mas Lee Dike, by MU- 
toa Alfired Le(batt ud Su- 
Ma Anae Hd^illey, Duke 
LeOaaU, hasbaad aad wife, 
and affidat^ having been 
made and fUed that Joseph 
Fraacis Duke, Jr., is a 
aatural parentof said child, 
aad duedUigM<»basbe» 
used I9 or to b^alf of the 
p^tionere to ascertato in 
wUeh coaa^wi^rptna- 
tiea tta said aataralpar^ 
is, wfiboat rfiect, the last 
kaowa post ot^m sdAreas 
betag 716 Han«y Aveade, 
Ch esi» e aks , VUrgMa. 

It is aerebre Ordered 
Oat the aid Smefb Fran- 
cis Dda. Jr., sflpMr be- 
tom fids Court within tn 
(10) days ^» piMtoafioa 
tf -this Order aad iadicate 
ids atttode tomrdttapro- 
peaed adMbait ^ro^r- 
i^e do whi« ia aseanary 
to arotei* his iabreat tt 
MaaaMsr. 

AeiprM^: 

Ma V. Faatren, CMsfe 

Bf: HtfiA.KMBihin.D.C. 

Rtokird J. Tavss 

i^rs^mg. 

'l^M Conmercial Place 

l^4olk, VA 23510 

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ORDER or PUBLICATION 

bUieCli^'s(»neeofthe 

Circuit Cwirt of tbe City of 

Virginia^ B^ch, VA., on the 

&id (toy of September, 1977 

Alfredo Rodn^uiz Val^- 

tin, 

Plalatitt, 

against 

Susan Hazel Valetf in 

npfendant. 



The objed of fids suit is 
to olftato a divor^ a vin- 
culo mairimonii from the said 
detente^, upon the grounds 
of Uving seiarate and apart 
for more than one year. 

And an affidavit having been 
made andfUedtoatthede- > 
fradant is a w»- resident of 
the State of Virginia, the last 
taown post office address 
beii«: 370 Kimball Street, 
Manche^er, New Hampshire 
013^ it is ordered that she 
she do uip^r here within 
tea (10) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 



A copy-feste: Ji^ V. 
FeatrMs 

By: Pafil A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Ridard E. Payne 
228 N. Lynnhaven Road^ 
Sidte 112 
Virginia Beach, VA 23452 

VBS-9/14,9/21,9/28,10/5 
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ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

In file Cleric's Office of ttie 

Circuit Court ai fiie City 

ot Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 21st day of S^ember 

1977. 

Jill Taylor Price, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Roy Russell Price, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtein a divorce a 
vinculo matrimooUfrtmtthe 
said driendant, upcm the 
groimds of sqantton in ex- 
cess of one year. 

And an afildavit having 
been made aalfUedthatdoe 
dUigence has been used by 
or in behalf of the Com- 
plainant to ascertain in 
vliich county or corpora- 
Uoo the defendant is, with- 
out efiect, the last known 
post office address being: 
Route 1, Lot 2, Mineral 
Trailer Court, Mineral, 
Vinginia 23117 M is order- 
ed that be do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publicauon hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to intitect his Interest in 
fills sUt. 

A copy-Teste: Jdba V. 
Feidress 

By: Pattt A. Keendun, 
Clerk 

James A. Evans 
6095 Indian River Rd., 
Suite 205 
VirginU Beech, VA 

VBS-9/28,10/5,10/12,10/19 
4t 



from the bMds of MMnuMHy 
from the said deteodiM m» 
Ua grouad (rf having be«i 
separated far over on* v«wr 
And an affUbvit baring 
bcM made and filed ttet Ua 
defmdaid is a am-tewiS«iA< 
of tbe Sbte 1^ Vir^, fia 
last known post oM<x ald- 
r^is Jeisg: c/o Romr SU- 
son, NewpMl Rosd, l^Ute, ^ 
.West Virginia it U ordered 
that irite do appear here witMn 
t«i (10) days after due p^- 
Ucatka beretf , ind do vdat 
may be necessary to iro- 
teet h«- interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jotai V. Fw- 
tress 

By: Pattt A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk 
J. E. ClaricMn 
1800 Virginia Nat'l Bank 
Bl^. 
NorfiSk, Va. 23510 

VBS-9/21,9/28,10/5,10/12 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATH}N 

In fia Clerk's Office of fia 

Cimuit Court of fia City of 

VirginU Beach, VA, on toe 

13th day of September, 1977 

Warren G. Seal, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rosalie G. Seal, 

Def«idant. 

The object of this suit is 
fto obtain a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonU from the said de- 
fendant, qnn the grounds of 
adultery. 

And an affidavit baring been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-resident of 
Ua Sate of VirginU, the last ^ 
known post office address be- 
ing: 922 Farley Street, Mount 
View, California it is order- 
ed that she do an>ear here 
wifiiin tm (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A cq?y-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Leonard D. Levine 
160 Newtown Road, Suite 416 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

VBS-9/21,9/28,10/5,10/12 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to fia Cleft's Office of fia 

Circuit Court of tta City (rf 

Virgiida Beach, VA, on fia 

16th day of September, 1977 

Elvyn May Cory McKeough, 

Plaintifi, 

against 

Ridard Dale McKeough, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to dMaih a divorce a vinculo 
matrimonii from the said de- 
fendant, qx» tia grounds (rf 
one year's separation. 

And aa affitbtrit having been 
made sad filed fiat fia de- 
fCBitaBt'U a non-resident of 
tta SUte of Virginia, the 
last kaowa post office add- 
ress being vskoomn. 
n is (Metered that he do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after <hie puUication 
hereof, and do what nay be 
neMSsary to protect his U- 
ter^ U tUs suit. 
Aovy-TMte: J<daV. 
FMdren 

^:PatfiA.KeeBehaa,De- 
p^ Clerk 
Alfred Benard, m 
5a> Firat A Merchaats Baak 
Bidg. 

P.O. B(» 3434 
NorMk, Va. 

VBS.9/2l,9/28,10/5,l0/ll 
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mOER OF PUBMCATTON 
h tta ClMt's Ofilce of the 
CipeaM Coart €f fia City ot 
^r^b Beach. VA, on tta 
Wk day of September, 1977 
QarieeW. Mum, 
m^attff, 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of VirginU Beaeh,VA 
on the 9th day of Septem- 
ber, 1977. 

Diane Simpscm Messer, 
PlaUUfl, 
against 

Robert Edward Messer, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtaU a divorce a rin- 
calo matrimmU from the 
said defendant, q»n the 
grounds ci desertion. 

Aad an affldarit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is amm-resident 
of the SUte of VirginU, 
the last known post office 
address being Box 3131, 
West Palm Beach, Flor- 
ida it U ordered that he 
do a|9ear here withto ten 
(10) days after due publica- 
tton herectf, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his Utemst to this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, 
Cleit 

Andrew Ege ^. 

1369 LaskU Road 
VirginU Beach, VA 

VBS-9/14,9/21,9/28,10/5 



SMfta K. ibaes, 
D^adul. 

m i^tt of itts ■« 

to) 



ORDER OF PUBLICATKM 
In tta Clerk's Office oS 
the Circuit Court ot tta 
City of VirginU Beech,VA 
on tta 9th day of Septem- 
ber, 1977. 
Vicky S. BmiA, 
Plabttff, 
against 

WUUam R. Busch, Jr. 
Ddewbat. f 

The object of ttds suit 
is to ObtaU a divorce f 
vincuto Btttrimoifii from 
the said d^adaM, qan 
the grounb of wUlfal de- 
serttoa tor a period ot 
ffltffe ttaa oae 3^0*. 

Aad aa affidavtt having 
been made aad filed ^t 
the (tefenUnt is a wa-re- 
sldent of tiie ^te ot Vir- 
Ua Ust kBom post 

ice address being: Box 
149, Pocahontas, IlUaoU 
it U ordered fiat te dosp- 
pniff hem vfitl^ tea (10) 
Aqn ^K due p Jt U cst to a 
hwM. sad do whit wt^ 
be MMsauf to protodMi 
UfemMbMsaalt 
A aqqr-TeahhMa V. Faa- 
tr^s 

By:PattlA.Kuaihan,De- 
pstf.aert 
bb«T. 
IIM Oae M^ Plua bMt 
Rortolk, VA. 

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Match pistol 
competition 



Pigskin 



Preview 




Kempsvilte Cklef s 
1976 record 8 ft 2 

OpponeoU -Maury 

Pttce - F(Mr«iuuB Field 



Offense - Head football Coach Ed Booth says, "We've 
had a problpm with our offms mainlv WorWnir. that's 
the oaroe d V^ game blocking. First Colooial hurt as 
irith the tnp iflays, we were able to st<9 tta^ tr^ 
opthn. We are wottliR on o«r (rffense, but wear«rt 
improTins ttte way we should. One of these weekends 
we're aoine to Rct It all toeethpr One ofthebiCTrest 
problems we have is lack of eiperience, most of our 
players ai% sc^homares ud Juniors. 



Defense - According to coach Booth, "We've got to 
step the trap, it's as simple as Oat. 

Keys to Victory - Coadi Booth says, "We've got to go 
out and keep oo trying. We've got to woit m the funda- 
mentals, that's where the game is won, the fmidamentals, 
passing, blocking, running, that's where it's really wcm, 
not by raztle daule." 



SlBMMit $ AMriitr of tiie JtorlUk County Sille Onb, 
'^ tin dnrfa* Plstd Match competitton at ike 



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Ra^e (Mficws Rotort Omeara am Tony Oberiwix check 
the scores durtag the conpetitioB. 



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By IIABK GROVES 

Ml 01^ ttM t^. Ready on the left. Ready on tlie 
firing Qw.^tte t^cfete Mum and thf! blasts of powerftil 
45's pomd .your aais snKUag M. lead streaking dowa^ 
rai«a iMd kit bnwf flytag bact over the shootw's ri^a 
sIouMm-. ABoMir pMil aatdi has gotten uodenmy at 
the Ooana lUde and Pistol Club. 

Every ToMday a^d Wednesday you can find meadwrs 
Of ttR Horfoik Cowty Rifle lUlige ^ Ch^^^eake mi 
jpeoiters of scvenl nriUUry and retired miUtary pm 
^Ubs competi^ in the Fifth Nav^l District League Hatch. 
' ThMW art the guys that many anti-gun people don't 
ike to ^mit Mist, Match Pistol Competitors, people 
tlw alnol^ pistols lor pleasure and sport. Their pistols 
4r« about as far removed from the infamous 'Saturday 
NUtM Special' w Toa can set and still haveairfstol. 
iloat of thMA |M|Ae wouldn't be caught anywhere near 
a cheap handgaB, tbelr pistels are eqiertly made precision 
iurtnitteits that cost at least |200, and most cost much 
more tl«A that. 



The QMtch firinf line is strictly reflmented. The oaly 
time you an allowed to even touch your pistol is opoo 
the range ofMcer's oomnand. 

CoBpetittoi Is timad with an automatic timer that bims 
tlie targets from a sixleways position to a bead-oo position 
wtm tiring is supposed to bei^n and back when competition 
is completed. This way times ati precise aH^wW has 
a chance to sneak an eitra shot As additieof) inaurance 
igalMt' someone 'saeaking i»e in' you're only «llow^ 
to load* only the eiact muntwr of shots to be fired at any 
mm tiiM. 



When fiiiag is eompieted the 'd4»' are rmoved from 
the pistols, tihambers are chedced, then idstds are laid 
on the bendi in fotmt oi the competitors. Upon the nalie 
officer's OMniMiiid everyoi^ ri^ forward to count up tbc 
score. Corapedtors do not score their own targets. Jke 
next pMsp,aB Hie firing Itoe checks the first person's and 
vicenv«;>ai.^ 

The dnotigg at the matches iai excellent. Several of the 
local competitors have participated in natioaal match pistol 
compf^tioos. 

Oftw the bullst bole patterns were very dose. Sometimes 
one bidlet vouM go ttoru a previous bultei hol^. Wien this 
happened a plastic overlay wttb circles representing the 
eaact^das tte hol^s are supposed to be would be brought 
Old aai Uie htdea chedced to see if they were toobig to 
have been made by one ballet. It is nearly impossible 
for two bttU^ to m^e one hole that is not at least slightly 
larger than a single biiltet htrie. 

Alttod^ conpetitioo takes place on tmt nights it is 
adually ody one maldt Frank Ifairrigan, vice-prestdent 
of the Norfolk Comiiy ROle and Pistol Club, and a H atiimal 
Pistol Match i^petttor, «plains why the cofflpotitiOB 
is spriMd out over two nUhU. "Tbnv are too many people 
partto^ftng tor everyone to be aMe to dhoot in one rif^, 
so competitton is ^it brtween Tuesday and WecbiMday 
'.with the best scwes from botb nights courting toward 
the team staodiag. For examine, if 11 people shoot for 
a team» otf y the b«rt sewM Moroi are couated. The 
low 4 scf^s are dnvped-" Harrigaa wwt dii to clarify 
digibiUty reqoiremeots for the two ni||it competition, "Only 
people who are on one of the match teams are allowed 
to partidpate. Yoa'd have to contad one of the dnbs aad 
bec(wie a mcnber befn<e you could ^in in this ontclk" 

Tahe my word for it, it's a blart...sorry IcouldB't 
reslrtSt. 



Kdfaim Kni^s 
1976 t«c(nd 9-9-1 

(Hpoeents - John Manhall 

Ra^ - Kdlam 

C^Hne - Aownttng to Head Football Oflksh John Cooke, 
"We have to work «n our dfense. We only bad the ball 
for ten plays in the secoui b^d of iwr game against Bay- 
sMe. We ted fkr too maay penalties. We didn't play a 
good oCfei»iVe gamr. James Smith scored our only points 
last week by mdctag a 19 jvrd field teal with only 14 
seconds Idt in tlw fi|iBt half." 

Ddcwe - "Weplayad one heck of a defensive game against 
Baydde," sa]« coach Cooke, "Bayside has the number 
one ra^ed oiXanae in the district and we didn't let Uiem 
scon. So tar ttds apuon we've played five games and 
we've had three shutout's. I'd lite to mention some of 
the players who did an outstanding job in the game. Left 
dtfensive guard Tmy Blaber tripped l^> the Bayside ball 
carrier in a fourUi and goal situation. Offensive and 
Defensive T«±le Wally Brown, wbo at six four, 240 lbs. 
is the be^ in q« distrid, all of the maj<»- colleges want 
him. We'^ had ^wople down from Ohio State, Texas A & M 
and several others to check Brown out, last week he 
made 7 taddes, and a blocked pass. Wally has the potential 
to be flie best in the state. Linebadier Lamar Coffee 
made 12 tackles and one interception. Our other llnebadcer, 
Ronnie Furebee made eight tackles. Defensive guard Carl 
Foreman made 10 tackles. David Bunn made six tackles 
and one interc^oo. Safety Tim Hatton made six tackles." 

Keys to VidOTy - Coach Codce says, "We can't get 
too down about our game against John Ifarshall, they're 
from out of the dlstrid and we have beaten them every 
time we've ever played them. We also have to look forward 
to the next game whidi is Miainst Princess Anne, they 
are always eoosistant. All of our games are important 
they all count if you tie for dlstrid Champs. Last year 
we were in a three way tie for the Distrid Championship, we 
don't want that thid year." 



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Hunter's 
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The NaUonal Rifle As- 
sodatioo's Hunter's Safety 
Course is being given eveiy 
Wednesday and Thursday at 
the Oceana Rifle and Pistol 
Club. The course is open 
to the public. The only re- 
qdranoit is one itollar to 
pay lor materials. 
-- Otw ,170 pe(vle took the 
coarse in Sqitember. The 
coarse is excellent and as 
far as this reporter Is eOn- 
e«rned, it should be a re- 
(pirement ttet it be taken 
bef(»% a hunting license is 
insued. It is required if you 
l4w on Inmting on govem- 
inantland. 

For flutherinfoimiUionon 
ttt course Iwt caU 486- 
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A ndy floss on sports 



FOOTBALL 

Friday - Odober 7 

Washington at Bayside 

Cos at First Cdodal - Neptune Festival 

HarsteU at Kellam 

KempsviUe at Maury 

Princess Ame at Norview 

FIELD HOCKEY 

ThunKlay Odober 6 

Kempsville at Kellam 

Cox at First Colooial ^ 

Princess Anne at Bayside 

Monday Odober 10 

First Colonial at Kempsville 

Princess Anne at Kellam 

Cox at Bayside 



C»)SS COUNTRY 

Tuesday Odob«r 11 Meet b^ns 

Princess Ame vs. Kempsville 3:10 pm 

Cox vs. First Colonial 3:^ pm 

Bayside vs. Kdlam 4:10 pm 
All meets in Beach Distrid are held d the Mount Trash- 
more Course. 




TTHG ABOU" 



This is i^ilr Ross writing about 
QKfts. nn hHir^Mcc ^Mii too^^att 
ttd Justly t0 VH, eotfM«Bce pre- 
^dis; atf Ute'lkst week picking 
a (Mdon wbMir<ai|t wC b« M easy 
task. 

Lflce laM seasM, the HovtoMMlen 
spategpiitlaB^irloeiBg wi|p 'B^ 
tn a tMsi ahn^i^mii^^innly 
grodttciflg. tit^4imtn - a wry tood 
iw • Is mi, u4 bataweed jyqper^ 
"MtttuvMHwee, aU-ia^. and Started 
ne ir^iMt is flw ^eute. 
rlM to MiiH^ or ittuum m 
Afjrtfon (Mwly-a<^ilMd fratf Sta 
W<#> wlU mon psM^ but ttan 
tHU be little te^ bMb tte nuM 

3stant shifting of 
nnaers aas coaiiiouted to Paatorlai's 
enttU! datlstlea; and thia proUam 
XI !1 r. »t«elf easily. And the 

scbedtuv ... .-.veptianally difficult: in 
8 single six wtek stretch, Hooston 
plays the Steelera twice, the Browns, 
Bangala, Bears aid Saiiars. Those 
gasMS will make or break the season, 
and I predid a break, t - S. 



The Cleveland Browns tevn tiadly 
dedded on a storting qnartorliack - 
Brian Sipe - and he has ^wd potadlal. 
Add to this a tine corps of needven 
in Wartield (now Iq his last season), 
ItedEsr, Hdd^i, and Roan. Greg ^ruitt 
is a lOOO-yard perfdtner, but te toils 
withod the help d a good Mlback. 
The oHense is bataai^ and caftKcn 
pdato. ne larsblMi, on tbeoMM'tend, 
is detesive inKfeatniw: out m the 
^uon are Jenf Sherfc (an alf'p^ 
and the highly ta^N dralt^^ic^^^- 
ert AcksoB. to fcict. tte 4rtmm Is 
a tai^m;ed Und of ad«pia<9 Mid io- 
mmiuic^ - aiMi wiii Uli^umesdiita^w 
man pdnts toin Me oAMseeanfewe. 
A tmn diffl^t iMtoM* ««Mdtow 
th^fttiums (xUy to brMk evM at^ - 7. 



The Pittabof^h Steelen, tv^ttae 
ir Bowl ctemps, tasted i^teat last 
j«ar and can expect men id tte taaw 
tUa year. In other im4s, ^ wiU 
go 10 - 4 once igaia - ud %tii ad 
only ad win the CcBb^OMiawM 
vtti be baat« atA tx m wUd^rd 
team hr the Net 



Pittdwrgh has a very ffiae groq> of 
recdmrs (led by Lynn Swasn), anawe- 
sone nwniag attack to fiuTls, Hd«-, 
Fopa, and Harrison, someac^[ittonal 
bd ifflderrated offensive linemen, and 
an inconsisted qurtertail to Rerry 
toulstew. Theaeetors,iftheoffa>sive 
adt remaiu healthy, will score poids 
WKt d the tiBM. 

. The mownedPittsbun^ddeBsewiU 
Bd di^oite it's record d previous 
seasons. Age wta^gto to cateh vfi 
wttt it Ma seaadirlii aali|»iMfvloaB 
years oj^ionents wtQ be aMe to pass 
aad ran and werai^iMt iBL Luabert 
is back and se tiiM«tt(th|agh quite 
OTerratad) bd Wf»m may nd be so 

it: m^ ^telN M* » WHrvwtftMm 
bd sUvly nd as^odas|ii8«PtoaB 
t^Ms - MdaatfteMBcttMhedula. 
dUnddtotas^iMMh 

tend, are a t«m tmSf to^ike o^ 
tt»i«psp«^>^A mainmritf p^l^ 
mm Ini^ l« tan iyMat^»anfc 
Oetts ud B«b tram ^ |c«^ 
pdd^ but wffl«i»i0taovw-bttM» 
m fMBi^ aXMk which o«sasiooally 



ArcUe GritfiB wiir_niako 
lOOO-yard (^lAr'ftts season because 
d iKretStd Uoddng at fullback - 
griffin's dd (Mo SMe teammate Pete 
Johnson mis a top draft ehdce. The 
other ruani^ backs - Ctark, Elliott, 
Davis, and Fritts - can be good. 1 
bdieve they will be tois smsoo. The 
ddensf is one d toe very \xsA i^^aind 
toe pass and ton ma • aad is seasoned 
wito all-|MraB» <Bip«-leoced «>m- 
pdto%, and very talented rod^. 

k tuA, m Bup^ teve been stodc- 
^gg -yoot Mtert for the lad sweral 
yeui - tttf VKy areaev reaify to 
wto ttie dvisloj^ oqtedaUy added tqr 
a K^edde sMBe^rtMwnMerUtaaPitts- 
buri^'s. 11 - 3 and a UUe finally. 



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ud wyi<atl GMtfeTMoM. ame yoar 
optden pNhaUy doent mree with 
atae ^1 aw en WlKffi's %ertotolh 
daw. M^^o^frlday, 6:05 • 
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JEKi CoUcft CrtMitt. 
AM drividf colUdid iritt i4wnp 

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Lower the sp««l tlmlt to at least 3S mUes an hour (ft 
lA new 55 mph). 

Improva t}ie rlgltt and left turn lanes leading into tte 
collate by exteedtnc or wtdeiilBg then 

SpMd q> tlw deveiflpfflwt (rf RoMmont uo&ti wiucit woum 
tit« tte eoUffe aaotter aoc«M road. 

City Maittt«r GeoTKe L. Hanbury said tbat a 11{M has 
b«w orderad for the lotersectioo of Lyaohaven Parkwi^ 
and PiincMS Aam Road, but tbat the atalnistraUoo Is 
ttiOfiKt the iie«d for a light at the College CresceM 
iatarawtton. Remits of the study wont be ready for a 
week, ha slid. 

HaiAury said that althovtb the cost of a light is |2Q,009, 
the cost is not blocking the immediate iastaUation of a 
light. 

There h*?e beea fatalitl«B elsewhere, but the city does 
Mt have a light everywherw there is a hullty. 

Rtabury aaid ttmt the dltptrsloa at traffic will help 
Mtd tUs should be acconpUshed with the eoatimnttoo of 
Roieneat Road. He laid that Omar Ferabee. the develo|)er 
of Graea Rm, has agreed to extend Roiemont Road to 
the a«l of its property Unes although it had not been la 
Graea Rn's imnadiata plaa. Ftwa than the city would 
pick up cQUtnMtloK of the road. extendiBg it to the college, 
nu will be done imnedlately, be said. 

City Gigiaeers are now design^ improvements for the 
left aid right tun stack-tq) lanes, Ranbury said, ahd signs 
have baaa ordered to cantioo people to slow down near 
the iirtmrseetka. 



officerktit) 

CouncUiua h weii »(■ 

that not too ma.., ,.„^_ ..orve spe«s. ^i^-a, ..u* >»<r au.*™ 
that few observe the stop $lgn facing traffic leavii« the 
college. 

"Mrs, AllcB DoBouis, a BS-y^t 

student, said that more sonlor ontM^r 

would take classes If driving were not 
so tiazardous." 

Hart said tbat since a study wis made of the traffic 
ritaatioQ on Princess Anne Road three ytars ago the 
^ToIlmeDt at the college has doubled (to 6500 students) 
Aggravating the problem, are crowds ai vMplti coning 
•inrt i»oin? w^M>n «»<'h r1n«« »w>»in«! or ^nd* Fiirt|w»r rom- 
pwudiag the dilemma is the fact thi^t 90 percent of the 
students bold jobs, necessitaUng a rush from school to 
work. Consequently they lose patience and take risks they 
WM not ordinarily take. 

Mrs. Alice DeBouis. a es-year-old student, said that 
mwe senior citisens would tak« classes if the drivii^ 
were not so hasardous. 

Ms. Hoggard added tbat all the students drive because 
ttere Is no public truuportiUon or bicycle paths. As 
if Uiis were not enough, the school, located In the Princess 
Ane-Lynmhaven growth corridor, can only expect increased, 
te«ffic. 



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ByXESCAOLL 
|0» Me iffeOts Writer 



Viifiaia Beach City CatmeU Ma dadtfad to taok a 
Mitt Mtt in m riKwth •• and look aad look. 

TM.giil iaelMafi tht atreeU tnm Urd thromh tftk. 

:f the «kc«|)tl«i,«f iSth ia north YbffiJa Beach. 

iMlti B;: LMsl^ it,, im muttt m «ihr Moatey 
4i|tanBMi, apMlh lor owatfi at tha itsota tf'^flm oM 
fSt^Hmj Sj/mai» wM«h baec aacwnuMted noat of 
Itarlh yjrfMa Beaek liadalay i« pr«Maht at tha Lake 
QaHit CofporatfOb which parchiaad ttaCape Bearyaasate 
II years ago. 

*fhe offer mas mmh, tim MtersaM, 

mmpufjwt imi l eo to any rights of any 

p»tyint(otimd In the chaneory Mt 
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« to jNie^HM tity M TirglBia Baneh aad 
W Vii|ialA>ftdt, LiKdalay jai^ Ibat l^.«i 
-f^"!^^ the.nviait tim»liimi,ittaamf 
w..a)«liMa.Jr., »i» hf» «i «sth sfraat. 
1«|lar •flOera lo oottvey tha pnpaity by apacial 
. .M ite sole eoodltiai that the d^ laa 
■m teMtaiB jOk-pUft^ tha mtutJO ftoet of each Of 

46 iijt m^ MMrfUtt initmia ike ehnearyattt 
aio* pendjkg ia th* «t>fidlt cjBaift 

Sa the mUta^tim^ia^Mm Sarwack at Us vs. Laka 
deMtatorpontfn ah«4MCitybrV!titti Beach, the Rbrth 



Tii^aa B«a«hi Civic Leigaa aaats to a^ttafh^yfniB 
ekmtaljaitei what haa bean easUttad 8iefMi%«^ 
r^-ot-umy to ad» myforoaAoftmdqiHi^be^us 
to baild. 

City Manager George L. Uabnry akt Mm city tea 
aai i i a u l i oa the streets but do« not actully own tte lap! 
niMr the ittaats. 

Tha UMlaley lettar also re^neaU that thegift be accepted 
ia "a raaaoaahla time Itama/* the part which gives some 
maMars of oooncU end Rofft Virglnta Baach residents 
dtfWartty. 

Vfca Mayor Patrt<± L. Stamttag recognised the offer 
as a siacare one wUOi vodd "resolve many concerns 
or people in North ViiginU Beach." The city ahonld reject 
or aeaept the oliar in a 30-day time frame, he said. 

When asked to look into tte legalities, City Attorney 
Dale Bimaoi said that he d^t know tte <iMg^«dtiBa 
wMA woaU be involved. 

Mayor Claraaee A. BoUand saggastod Mto m<»ths. He 
and, however, that LlaBilay is eipeetlflg aol^ in return 
and that "there was nothing to the l^ier fa lead me to 
think there's aRything iasiaeeK." 

"^Aum asked wheth^^ f^en^ 
aasembly had considered a tkne Iknlt 
on defunct organizations. 'Peo/rielmve 
I money on cloudy tfm^/ he^ld. 



rwrllman John A. Baum asked whetoer the i^Mral 
aaaeahly hM eoaaldarcd a tiaa limit ca d^net atwui- 
"Peopto have made iMMy an ^m^ mm," he 



B«rt Civic Uagw tad a member of the Mayor's North 
Sad iMMilttee, nid the Committee has ^pantmaehtime oa 
ija^aad itaM be given the opportaaity to look toto 
tna. Be aaggaatod toUng no action and referriiv the 
mattn- to ti» dty alUwsey, which was done. 



Is 
1977-78 se«son OR Frid&y, October 7 at 8.30 p.nt. witb 
the flWi^niwinnlnf Lemer and Loewe musical. "Mv r:\ir;>:, 
' show i,s an adaptation ri 

,-gmaiian," the fable of a munu-.^ Kocfuef 
who becomes a great h<\y hy bMn,? fmred,."^ 
ou by an imperious professc 

urmances will be held Friu- , ...„jIs 

at 8:30 p.m. through Oct. 22. Additional performances 
are offered Sunday, October 9 at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 16 
at 3:30 p.m. and Thursday, October 20 at 8:30 p.m. Reser- 
vations may be made by calling 428-9523. Tickets are 
« TK fnr r.rt.i!*^ ^^ |2 for students. 

1y" is directed by Steven K. Malik, well 
Known iocaay as an actor, choreographer and director »,< 
ot theatrical productions. AsslsUgg is Jean Washburn, 
a veteran director of local productions. 

Anna Beth White will play Elisa Dooliitl«, Uk Lucnuey.. 
Cinderella who is transfbrmed into a lady. A native ' 
North Carolinian, Mrs. White starred to operas utd oper- 
ettas at the University of North CaroUm at ncf^xf'niHhnro. 
She played Mary Magdellne U 

produced by the New Hermeoeuuca, a musical ministry 
groiq>, and cut two LP alboms with the group. She was 
firat-ninner-op to the 1973 Miss North Carolina pegeant. 
Ken Fraser brills an authentic British accent and a 
wide theatrical background to the role of crusty, colorful 
Professor Henry Higgins. Prior to moving here, Fraser 
acted to and directed more than 20 summer stock and 
Uttle theatre productions in Plttoburgb, Pa., iocladiag 
"The Glass Menagerie," "Mr. Roberts," and another 
Geoff a Bernard Shaw play, "Saint Joan." 

Jon trby wiU play Alfred P. DoolitUe, Eliaa's lather. 
Colonel Pickering wlU be played by John McArthur, The , 
role of Eliaa's romantic young suitor, Freddy Eynesford- ' 
Hill, will be played by Donald Willhoite. Other flatBrad 
plavers include Petjuie McArthur, gylvfa Batler, Betty 
Gray, Henry Highton, Ron Fell, Ruth Sherman aad Roy ' 
PoliKNi. The show features a singing, dancing chorus. 
Musical director is Tna Leiderman, assisted by Martha 
Berrymaa. Set deaigner is George Topper. 



High school 
bands compete 



TuavaU T. Htfbard, Jr., president (rf the North Virginia 



The Neptmw Field Coaapetftton, heU at Cw High fehool 
on Srimrtfi]^ «M Ht^HignM ever h« bi« there was 
ami MOie totoreMtog eoBpfmuV'^aetf. 

Sevmi ban& tmrn acn»s the stote showed «p- Herti^e 
Htf S<^o61 trtm L)ncttoif. Va. tnvetod tte ttrOmt ^ 
>i^^^'^^ '<^ ^ evMt. Qttw h|gh scfeeeb prM«#wM^ 
«»rBiyer and Great Bri<^ fron Chewpeiln; fiiy^" ' 
Ffi^ CdoBlal, Kidlam and Kenpsville from VirgUa 
ueacn. 

TaUflg high boaan tor over all f^l^emm^ ^ t^ 
paraaee at tte oompetttton wm Bertii^ ^ ft^ool, 
Witt K«9ai4Ue coning to seoMd and todlaa River tA- 
ingtiiMplace. 

ttoo^avUto'a dram mi^n^ vere wlee^ as Bw bttrt 
tor tka liay wtth Haf^i^*s Unaoa JMkjan pW^ seeoad 
and^la^ Mvar's iAtoi aaalwi tehttg ttM. 

The lidiaa aaa np wM a tie for ^ pH^»sslm sec- 
tions between KtmpsvUto aad todtaa RtvM- aad FlrstCitfon- 



ial taking thtrd. 

For pertormaaca of the color guard it was Hertlage to 
first, Kempsvllle to second, and todiaa Rivw to thii7 

Only two schools ware lodges tor majtwettes aad they 
this order, first place weat to bdlan River 

I^^ F ^ *«* to Great Bridge, witt no award 

For ^MU toan otiy ^fl^isviUe was Judged to ttto 
ckimorf aad tool fint |4aM. 

OS the seven baato XtopsviUe also tocft first place to "" ' 
the parade that aras held earUer to the day. 

Under the leMersMp of nily Codper (Xempsytlto} took 
rix awards ^ thia eoaipMttoa and atoo toek^rst^iM^ 
at the 81^ Fafr to Rlctonoad Bo-ee dan prior to toe 
Ne^neCoim««ttto|- 

NealBeni to s^, K«npavilto has been baay Ms pift > 
«e« and has made a good Mtoetog fto* ttiws^v^i. 



dty Counctf tiipoii^^ 



OfiUnMce prohibits fencing 



New assistant director 
of piibllc worki 



Sm PidbUc Aflhlrs Diraetar 



i^e^Ato Baach CttyCdia. 
ito 




IMBi PWTl] - W. 8. 

*» k.\L: intmt' 

* yitr'ntortoa^iad 
W, Ga0to«rto&l 



the aaeiilred tonaorcaU- 
feocva. Sryaa (daeiaaalO 
vhlch axpires MarehC, 1910; 

Wallimto BoBVd - R. B. 
MeCkesaay tor flie year^ 

Vliftoto Beach Dovelop- 
miK AaHMMty • AUrndV. 
Craft, Jr. aad WBtod P. 
Winalpiii, floar yaari; 

Vifftoia Baact Cammto- 
atoe oa. Arto aad Rmaaa- 



Learn how to 
fourrooi^ 



W. C. Sawym* aad 
lira. Batfrtee B. Levitt, ooe 
yeartavi; 

NQdtag Beard of i^^- 
iMrta Mi Afpaato - A. M. 
fm,pmfmi^ 

OtoM<r Caaailsrtia tar 

altfea . Dr. E. 
tftmi Wim, two years; 

IMarted Review Beird- 
Itoir Mm. mrtto P. Het- 
toO aad Mrs. F. K, T«wr, 
tve yttts; 

Botfd oC Etoetrietf ix- 
Hitosrs - le«wiA.IMYte 
•hd CM s. tarrto. two 
yeara; 



By LEE CABILL • 

mm Pridto Aliain Writer 

A new Vligtoto Baa^Ctty 
o ptiinare |MMblto Ike to- 
aWMtoa of tottpeatofroatof 
the haUttv llnera# SW-- 
rwMMv l^itoi lils to 
eomwnhcU areas. 



City CoaaeU Itoaday 
aftemooi approval tte or- 
diaiaee eia^pttor <te- 
ffiraflve feeetog, eielni^ 
liire wovM Maoe, wMi at 
UM n peremrt aafiMtve- 
ted Ught p«etratiaa«hM 
neeto aU wAieaUe heigM 
Umtto tor feacea. 



Another ordtaaaM v^ 
proved by CmkU man 
ftt- two awwachmerta oa 
tte tottm Uver RomL Two 
fldtpaa pariiaUy of^uf «to 
r^-of-vay. 'nerifMim 
to P«p ttOt ton Md Ana- 
totoad-MMfHsoB Fad (m. 



Ent^ your f avoi^d re<Hp#l 



Tig. itarereaee 
of the Vtnriatr 

MblritfaA 



lor-" 
bit- 




waeka. The Raferaaee De- 

Pirtotaal to locatad at the 
IhyaMa Braaeh Library. 
9» BM^pelidclKeBeilevaRi. 
:«M»iMattofiattid.Fflr 
w M itf a te Brfartoitfaa, eaa* 
tad tha BMbrhwe Depait- 
m«atat«4-Mf5. 



.rrt 



Item's fkvortto neipea 
aa wto yoa a ti#lfl As 
a part of tte finit Mama 
CMhtry Fair, thUnriii^ 
B«Wr Depirtaait fli Agrt- 
dMre wffl h(Ad a Omtaf 
QMkiigeartMt. 



teard of PtaeMagAp- Ae eeateat to free ttd 
paato • C. B. Byter, Bamid «»«■ to all Vlr^Ma BeaA 
Jamas aad Jamea V. PoveU, tmMatt. Artldas Mat be 
Jr., two years; hemmaii nd pMMMmtol 

^iMs atf aot be mgUU. 



Canfy, Jams, Mm», Pn- 
Mfrwk, laA Ptmu. Rto- 
bou win be awarded to tte 
first, second, udWidplaMi 
«^rtes to eadi ekm. A 
large Nqitoe FeattMltro- 
p^ wm be i^«n to the 
IteatofShow. 

Ja^ag will be OB FrMiy, 
OcUbu- 1, lA tteTtigiBto 



BeMA Farm«"8 IbtiMt 
Contait ndes and entry 
Mihks are a«^ibto at tte 
Farmw's Ibi^t, Laads- 
tawa Bead. MadUne ftr n- 
titoa to Wednesday, Oct«ker 
5. 



f» 

Uon, eiA fl^a#artoieM of 
A^aritore«tt7-ieu. 



SiltWator 
•toe - Ceaaefbiu 
WatoritM, Jr. aad 
L 



nMti 



"nmm iW be ipx ciass^ 

or eM^^toK ^m, 
BraA, Pkx, Cmm», 




f^rincmi Afifift 

fthe old-fBshionmd country store) 



WIM Bird Seed - 

1< '1.7S 



icuL, va. 33^ 
lei-isais 



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Mr. P. Wade Kyle has been 
a(p(ritted as an ajststoat 
to the IMreetor (NT Pii>Ito 
Walts tor toe Cl^ of Vlr- 
l^toa Bea^ The amcdit- 
m«rt to ^lectiw October 1. 

Mr. Kjtt's primary re- 
^OMttiUttes will iKlBde 
tte <MorittaatlaB «l tte (te- 
fartm^rs pMwaael lad 
m'^^artftoa d the bni|^. 



A <^ty iqAQjm stoee 
1975, be ms previously As- 
aiidant to tte Director ot 
PnUie UUUttos. Fran 1971 
to 1974 he was Miatttttor 
tof tte OnmoBweattt ol 
Vir^da, Dqsartmwt of 
Tnatlon. Mr. KytokoUs a 
B. S. (^n«e in ta^tau 
AdmMftntem toOmOUDo- 
m^n Vidveitity, 



HOW MANY TYPES OF HEAT...<» 
HEATiRS OTHER THAN A TEMPWOOO 
CAN PAY THEIR WAY OVER ONE 

WINTER? 

The aaswer U, all to few. 
I^rockettog eoovaatiaaal 
tod eaato, eoeto of lastH- 
Uag solar, wtod aad tidal 
altsraaftve systems are 
almoat proUhltive, aad e- 
ven prices an maay weed 
atovea have riaehad v 
toflittoBiryah 
The Ifahnk 




alove 

asSS.OOOl 

Many 

itlsheattogatottdseven 




Sn ihtok af On Tempwood 
Stove, not aa a deeara- 

dve Uttto 



but as 





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'Atomto Cl^' 1962 QwM Barry; Lydta ClMln. 
K^. ij.^- -^ tPrtl «» <rf Lot Ang^tot ph^Hi^M wfio Mm 
ESTJr^^'tS **f H^Bomb «piM it MrtMiHntd Md 

fll<Mllt«e. (f nr. 30 ffiln.) 
|M wn 8jll IT A Chiowo ttaidMt rMumt to Mt nMv* 

Nhwif m MMni/ h^ acMwl itMiMty^fRin 1K« 

*kMMW»^t'Cub«»Broi)OUt.' 

ic^eetwiTs 

7,«0NAlHfTHATTUNE 

ME^ mMfg^MMona mxioutly m^to Vw itocMon 
j^htr pmma motlwrhood Irom tht adoptton board 

and mnkt ttw oddt art in bar te«r. but Bookman't aocrtt 

tchtma may attok ttw daol( aodntt tor. 



HOQAN'I 



■ NATnNAL UAOUE CHAIMPI0N8HIP l>UY0FF8 
mm t«M MMNtno «w winnort oH tiM National l-aaaut 
EM Md WaM OMatent. Th« game will ba playad inllit 
Ml iMult of ttta Wattom OMtlon taam. 

Wmn m iHdUOM 'IkHibla rtdObto' Problama 
^wlMn Tom ami Abby braak up and ha bagina 

Ml^ilMAO^MmfMSeNT AND RJTURE 

Ma p W411NQ UXME Lanny iamarcoma with guilt whan 
na la Mractod A Vinnla's girt on a doubia data and laamt 
Mm ftii^ It mutual. 



•■'* lj!?^'?®**!i"^Y NWHT MOVIES Marv Jant 
£»r pd uat Nighf Suaan 6ty. Bamia &aaay. 
2Sff *? ""SfLfe •^'^ troublad young mothar whoaa 
S^S"^^"^ proHama lead har to take them out on 
Mraaughtor in 8iit drama about one of ttte nation't moat 

li^»y "g^ »**QBJ file Angelt go undercover tt 
SSSE!!fSl*S.""?.**^^'?^ ■^•™* ^''^•brina'a It being 
terrorized Into MJacUiHi a pl|ne. 



«l QICAT FEm^mMANCCB ino Marriage of Figaro' 
ralii Frtm, Hermann Pray and DieMcb Flati)«r4>iaakau 
tttf In Mourt't citttio opera of mlataken ManHtiet and 
love iMrfrt. Dr. Karl Bohm conductt the Vienna 
enharmonic Orchactra. 

0fgoetuB 



10:00 a BARETTA 'It'a Hard But It't Fair' Tony Bvetti goea 
undercover at the trainer of a burnt^MJt former 
weitarw^ht champion to trap a killer. 

10:30 i|TI«ROCK 

11:00 990 NEWS 



RTHE TMIQHT SHOW Hoet Johnny Carton. _ 
irlel Kaplan, Ftorencf Henderaon, Thalaaaa C^uao 

iffSSSSr^ANO SffaWIYSTERY OF THE WHK 
IfATOKT AND HUTCH-'Texaa l^Mighom' Starrity and 
Hutch have to move taat to catoh a pair (rf WHen before an 
agonized widower laket the law Into hia own handi. 
mSTBVf OF THE WEEK-'Song of the SiMCUbua' The 
leader of a rock group It haunted by a muaksal atar who 
oommitttd tutokJe. (ft) 



11:30 



fCHAtmiMA 
THE CBS UTE MOVIE 'Hawaii FIveO' Danny la 
(rived In a ahooting of a teenier and public opkiton 
runt acninat him. 'See the Man Run' lOrf Robert Culp, 
Angle [Mektnaon. An actor receivet a wrong number call 
from a kidnapper and atarta acheming for hla own profit. 
(R) " "^ 



m MOVIE 'Thrae Facea Watt' 1940 John Wayne, Charlet 
Cobum. V)ennete doctor, a refugee, and daughter, Join 
Dakota tarmert in trek from dutt bowl to Oregon. 
1.-00 aT0M0RROWHott:TomSnydat. 

NETW0IW8 A»tt> STATIONS RESERVE THE RIGHT TO 
MAKE LAST MINUTE CHANQE8 



NEtWbflKS AND STATIONS RfeSERVE THE RKiHT TO 
MAKE LAST MINUTE CHANQES 



7:00 



7:tt 
7:30 



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OCT. e. 1977 
EVENINQ 



3:00 



3:30 



MS 

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HBm 

NEWS 
IpUNQ GHILDRBI WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 



■^YANDYKESHOW 



JtGBSMEWS 
iNiCNEm 
I MOVIE 'Mtn in the Shadow' 1987 Jeff Chandler. Oraon 
ellet. WeaWw randi owner ordera youM IMexloan 
laborer beMen Ibr paying attention to hla dauiHrter. (1 hr. 
SOmin.) 

flASm SEE IT 'The Footballleague That Died' taHtthe 
ttory of i predoninantiy triack footbidi team hi Harrlaburg, 
Pa.. thM waa plai^ on probation fbHowmgw anar-oaffle 
"iht and n(^ anowed to ptaiy otiier achoola in the teaoua. 
IILOVELUCY 
ICR06SWIT8 
ORKNQROCER 
tMieNGMABIRER REPORT 
OOMERPYU 
A0AM12 
PMCEISRMHT 
FAMUVFEUD 
HOQAN'S HEROES 



3:00 m PREVIEW MOVIE SPECIAL 'Papillon' 1973 Steve 
McQueen. Duatin Hoffman. The aatounding but authentic 
Mory of a convict, aentenced to life in priaon on the 
InftmouaOevil'alaland, who again and again chooaee to 
lhrefrae-wnotrtall.(3hrt.) 

m AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP PUYOFFS 
ronlght't conteat featuret the winnen of the American 
Laai^ Eaat playing hott to the winnert of the Wettem 
Divialon 

11 WBuOOME BACK, KOTTER 'Juat Teating' Mr. Kottor 
fiM Ma handt full when he muat decMe to either help 
JuHe with the houaework and babiea or help Barbarino 
with a make-up teat. 

ONCE UWN A CLASSY 'The Legend of Robin Hood,' 
a 12-part adventure, opena the aenea' aecond teaton. 
Left in the care of the king't foreater by hit titled Cniaader 
ftther. young markaman FioMn learna hit true and noble 
Mentity and Joumeya to the royal court to regain hit 



81 ANDY GRIFFITH SHOW 
I WHArs HAPPEMNQI 'Trial and Error' Ra] la afraki to 
I the grocery market owner ttwt ^ hew delivery btoycie 
he't bought fOr Ra) hat been amaahed by a car. Inttaad, 
he taket the driver tocourt - and ioaea. 



O BEST OF ERNIE K0VAC8 A unk|ue comte talent 
retumt to teievition in ten programa culled from hit 
netw(Nl( teriet. The premtere po^xMirrl inciudet the 
claaalc '(rirt in the tub' blackoute, a viait with Pen:y 
Dovetonant, the 'Poet Laureate of ttte United Stetea,' and 
the U.& apace program aa teen through the eyet of two 
monk^t. 



9:00 



9:30 



10:00 



^B DORIS DAY SHOW ■ ■ - 

B BARNEY MILLER 'Corporatton' Captein MMar and the 
oetectivea of the 12th Precinct track down a corporate 
vandal vrho blllt himtelf aa the Hawk. 

SDRCXIQHT The tevere drought affecting the wettem 
f of the United Statea it examined with the focut on 
Colorado, ktaho, California and Waahington. Water policy- 
makara in a panel ditcuttlon Include Attittent Secretary 
of the Interior Guy Martin, Govt. John Evana of Idaho and 
Scott Mathaton of Utah. 

«700CLUB 
CARTER COUNTRY 'Trouble In the Mayor't Offtee' 
ief Roy facet trouble when he walkt Into an 
untttpected confrontation in the mayor'aoffice. 

SmDD FOXX Guettt: Rodney Dangerfleld, O.C. Smith. 
skleGayle. 



9 FORSYTE SAGA 'A Family Featival' John Qalaworthy't 
novelt foltow the eventful iWet of a wealthy Engliah family 
through half a century. A acandai brewt aa Jo decidea to 
leave hla wife and marry hit daughter't Auttrlan 
govemett. 
10:30 SMANNA 



11:00 
11:30 



1:00 



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NEWS 
NEWS 
THE CBS UTE MOVIE 'Dirty DIngut Magee' 1070 Frank 
natra, George Kennedy. Oingua Magee, a ailppery 
ttadman who keept allpping through the fingert of the 
law, findt himtelf with a atrongbox full of valuaolea that he 
la unable to open. (R) 

STHE TONIGHT SHOW Hoat: Johnny Caraon. Guetto: 
ie Fonda, Bob Uecker. 

»l POUCE STORY-THURSDAY NK3HT SPBIIAL POUCE 
ORY-'Giamour Boy' Police Officert Calabreae and 
Jamlaon have a hard time keeping up with Alan 
Richardton, a con man-etcape artiat with a lot of claat. 
THURSDAY NK3HT SPEOAL-'The Work! Seriea of Trivia' 
Hott: Richard Dawaon. Gueatt: Buater Cnd)be, The 
8hlreilet.iR) 

m MOVIE 'Special Delivery' 1955 Joteph Gotten, Eva 
iartok. Intemattonal compHcationa that enaue when US 
diplomat diacovera he hat a iMby on hit handa and an 
undercovergal in hit armt. 
fli TOMOmOW Hott: Tom Snyder. 

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MAKE LAST MINUTE CHANGES 

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NEWS 
.SyNRttE SEMESTER 
■nCKVANOVKESHOW 



7:00 



7:01 
7:30 



INBONEWS 
■ MOVIE -The Day the Work) Ended' 1983 Rtohard 
Dinning, Lort Nelaon. Rve uninvited giieate ari^ aA 
tmtm, untouched by atomte weapona, oocupied by man 
and hia daughter. (1 fir. 30 min.) 
(■ AS WE SEE IT 'RtoMa and RewonalMIHiea' from 
Htokory, N.C., recounta tt»e atruMte aANteiwry High to aet 
up a aylMam of achooi government Itfr to atudonta. ffeeulty 
ami awninlatralora aiika. 

IILOVELUCY 

iCROeSWffS 

iQRISNQROCER 

iMAGNBL^LBIRBf REPORT 

lOOKKRPYU 

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TonlgM. 

Nkeony 

jBCflher 

night thousands 
of you wHI oo to sleep tIgN. With 
your rt^nd clouded ... wHh the 
celling spinning Thousands ofyou 
do It raght a«sr nlgW. And tie 
rnore nights you do It ... the fTKxe 
rtc^ you hove to do It. And you 
hate It. Write or call In confidence 
forfcicfson the pfogrc^n^x 
the treatment of alcohoWm. In a 
cxDnrtdrtable. oaring ctowsphere. 
^sedallsts can heto you find the 
vi^ay to a good r^gnfs sleep ... 
wtttKwt your havb^ togo to sleep 
tight. 



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3:00 ■ NEW AI»na4TURES OF WONDER WOMAN A teriet of 
afringe oocurencet In the mytteriout Bermuda Triangle 
area threaten a planned nuclear teating ttation. and 
Wonder Woman la pitted agalnat an unacrupulout 
weapona dealer who eeekt to control the area. 

SAMiiRilCAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP PLAYOFFS The 
inera In the Amarican Lemue West are hott to the 
American League Eaat titllat. 



m DONNY AND MARIE Gueate: Robert Young, Nell 
Sedaka, Mlaa America - Suaan Pertdna. 
aWASHlNaTON WEEK IN REVIEW 



iUlttV *'»*A\1 tt fc»«^^*ii[A* .',>.*» huA x^*^*******^** 



10:30 
11:00 



3:33 



■ANOYQRIFFrrHSHOW 

Mm 



Bl JHi ASC FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE 'Black Marttet Baby' 
nda Puri; Deal Amtz, Jr. A young college giri becomee 
pregnant, and the and the fathar-to-be era caught in the 
middle of a detperate ttruggle with a black marttet 
adoptlwi ring out to take their bab 
m CANAL ZOHB Frederick Wiaeman't documentary 
mom vlawera to obaerve how the Panama Canal 
operatea and how the Canak Zone la governed by 
gllmpting community meetlngt, tchoblt, committariea 
andhoamaia. 

iTQOOCUB 
THEBIBLE. 
0ANEWS 
RALPH WILKERSON OF MELODYLANP 
-X - ■ 



I WALL STREET WEB( Hoat: Louie Rukeyaer. 'The Man 
Iram Drayfua' Gueet: Monte J. Gordon, director of 
r e a aa r e h for the Drayfua Corp. 
Si DONB DA Y SHOW 
9M mmWOWt DRAMA 'Eeoape From Bogen County' 
Aelyn SmHh, Michael Partca. The atory m a ruthiaaa 
poNneal czar who ablpt hit young wife of her human and 
rieoal righto. <2hra.l 



11-.30 a THE CBS UTE MOVIE 'M.A.S.H.' When Hawkeye la 

eromoted to Chief Surgeon above Major Buma, General 
aricer makea a vitit to find out why. 'Kojak: B<rth SMea of 
the Law' Fhre priceiaaa Rembrandt drawinga diaappear, 
even though the thievea are caught at the acene m the 
alme.(R) 



TVXQ. 



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7. 

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II. 



Who ilsrrwf Mi ttw mowta vtralon of 'Tho 

OourtMKpof Eddit't Famor*? 

On vvfMt tcTMnpiay was tiw movlo 'Charly' 

bMod? 

Who tiarrod M Dracula on TV in 19747 

Whoww Iho ttvof 'Tho ANons'? 

Who piwid Unm'9 oousin Vligll on 'Tho 

AndlySrtffWi Show** 

Who hiif tht pwt of JtidM in tho movit 'Tho 

QrMliil Story evorToM'? 

WhstitfSonsio'* rati ntmo? 

Whopily«40iMW9«on'H«iol*? 

WhM sifM^^ Hsmrotf Pauls PfwiilM and 

Riehani lai^amift •• iHMband and wHt? 

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13. wi!04i«iJaekaanny*aannoiincar? 
vPHHsnannaoiBMiryHiwaMr . 

18. ^loltoMadthaBPaaldMOuli'? 

18. WhalwialhaflsntaftiiaiarCrMaba'aionon 

'RraM^ Forafaai Laoion'? 
17. Whopl^ a d ^MwapadaonTV? 
II. WhowliJoarMio^'aannounoaronMfflato 

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II. WheiMyadOannlBNtayon'MaryHarttnan'? 
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Do TV poHce ahowa preaent falae Impreaatona of the 
poHoe? Are unreMttIc eiqMctaUont for real law enforce- 
ment offteertf betoig teetered by TV police ahowa? Ara 
conaMtutlonal guidelinea for law enforcement being 
repretented aceuraMy? Do Relatively quick aohitkma to 
baffling Crimea moM the police into auper heroee? 

The faat action and often gripping drama rt te le v l a l en 
poiksa ahowt have oatapuhad them to the top of the 
raUngt. But parenta. eduOalora, iawyera. and poHce of- 
flciala have siqiTMaad grmiring concern over the violent 
aapecta of the ^ogranw, and the mlalnformatton about 
the law and law enforcwnent that they may convey. 

Lett year than ware 23 weekly houra irf 
poHM and datecMve ahowa broaduat. AduHa and 
yournttert aHke ara tomHIar wWi ttw protagoniate and 
wM) me TV portraMl of the rote of poHoe In our aoclety. 
But it ttie portri^ real? 

To help you aiMl your tenHv view theee popular pro- 
grMTis more crMerily, Prime Time School tV euggeeta 
thef(Nk)wing: 

• On TV all conW^ are reaolved in the laat 20 mkMilM (in 
hour ahowa) or 10 mbMitea (m htff hour ahowa). CoHvara 
ttta dramatic aokitkMia to ^Ime with actual orlminri In- 
veaHgations aa dMcribed in newapaper accounta. Ara 
thareetfwdt rea ll atic ? 

• 8yn<»cated eskMNiM ^dney Hania (Otleago OMfy 
Mewe; MM, "A good cop inae hia i^n tt NMe M poe«- 
Me, and tome ««w bett have never Hred ttwira, excaoi 
in vrarntng. The aop who kWa ia not conaldwed a here by 
Ma peara or b(^teav but In^t, MupM and poaaMp fven 
ooanudiy." DitcMt Wt tmm mtt mMi your cMdiwi. 
Itow do TV p(rik» (Kt^ak. Baretta, MNw »ono, mai«» 
and Hutch) ccm^we toMr. Harria' daa«|ptton el a '^M 
000'? When it it n t c e ttar y to wtt a pm? 

• Aa you «wtoh TV ptMce and detective Mows, w^ 
titewfi the chie tono nert^ o( a pteei olMper. Aa tta 
iaievitlon chwai^lra gMier ^uea, try to acweifM 
vnne yew nj^eniiaea en me r^m aieeoi eie peper 
01^ tfie MwnwBta Me TV poNoe have gelheraa. 

• (S^aider iww TV pefee eolve a ertote. la W dHUcMil to 
QtHiar avKwnGer tie m^r raiy on lueK. oeeuceon, ^la 
iem Infonnara, qu^MoittHi auapectt? 

• HolB ttte iwnrefki i ea fn l hiw a rt iw TV ooNtt In arr^^kw. 
JaarchkHI ^ qu a attoning wi ^ e e to. Oo Melr to^ea 
IMow w vtoiato Aa guldeMnM eel fortti in Me BH of 
R^^?^For axan^, a m^mci I^ toe r^ to remMi 
auwtiiMC.) 

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PlYlllt Newman, Dorothy Fuklheim (Joumalitt), Chariie 

•SPORTS WEEK 

P MOVIE 'The Jolaon Story' 1946 Larry Pari(t, Evelyn 

Keyet. Life of Al Jolton: boyhood and hit rite to fame aa a 

great OTtertainer. 

fi MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Hott: Kenny Rogere. Gueate: 

Andy QIbb, Bob Mariey and the Wallera, Supertramp, 

Debbie Boone, B.J . Thomaa. 

• BARETTA 'Nothin' for Nothin" Baratte kxka home 

wtth a tough nine-year-old ttreet kid who it outtmarting 

copa and cnxMt alike to help feed hit family, which it > 

being deprived^by hit mbther't compultlve gambling. (R) 

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NMmmA 4^ue divisional winners go to a fourth 
0«ne, N^^lorM will provide live coverage. Alternate 
schwhileaM^ws.) 

9mn 'RM B^ind Bars' Part It. Fish is still In Jail and 
womed INK Ms old pais on the police force will find out, 
snd a lady wdal WRirker thinits he should be removed as 
hMd of ttie FMi imup home. 

m POeONINQ^ MICHIQAN In the fail of 1873, Battte 
»eek, Mteh., urn ttw myMerkxis polsoffliM of <»Me and 
people by the d^itl^i PBB. TMs rap<^ locto at ttw Nh^ 
range consequem»s and lax controls invirived in ttie 
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EyTOADVENTUne 
iTURDAY NIQHT LIVE Host: MwlMne KMin. 
Terror la a Man' 19M Francis Lederer, 9^ 
(2hrs.20inin.) 

CONCERT (TIME TENTATIVE) 
MOVIE 'Biaci( Dragons' 1949 Beia tMOoal, Joan 
tty. 

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tbik^ new iiby. However, he Is Imarenineiy drawn to hia 
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nwela KM(WLtKe«mitfi4 llvM<^e«MiMiy En(^ iMMly 
ItevMifl^ Mf a GMriury. A seamlal brewt M Jo tffM^idM to 
IMMI' IM vHte and marry his daughMr's Austrian 

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WDi WORLD OF SPORTS Southern '900' Stock 
ftow York ^rte Flrwnan's Competttlon. 

'Perfect Frhk^' 1970 Ursula Andreas, Dwid 
Afirisiant bank manager, weary of ordinary 
brdeeidea to rob his bank. (1 hr. 39 min.) 

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t <Meff. N.Y.: 'tMtorid PraffessKmal Kw^e 

'^^Atorid's^ongest Men,' f^wl U. 

AMrmcA 

UPON A CLASSIC (CAPTIONB)) 'The Battle of 
..*.-./s Pond' An hour-long advenkire followa ttte 
ilMoKereus «q>lol«i of two boys who itflMnpt to stop a 
*<-nt M(«r In a battle against a p<rihMng detergent 



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AK 0UT4)F«»I00L BPBCIAU 'RooMe bf the Year' 
Mory focuBM on Sharon Lnviess, an HiMNMd girl 
who loves baseball and pd^ the game betMrlhan most 
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PiMenr detoribea the aodal and polHical oontmt erf ttie 

' Marx Uved and folknw the evolution^ his 10:30 

te the philosophy espoused In 'Das KaiMtaL' 11:00 
^Qood Morning. Miss Dove' nSS Jennifer 
Stefc. Heartirarrning story of a stem 
small New Engtand town and her Influence 11:15 
WtHwmiaefagenerttionorbwnapeople.^his.) 11'Jn 

CMMMB 11:30 

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Nil HAW Guesto: Jen^ Reed, Sammi Smith, East 
ToaitNckers, Jhnmy Henley. 
NSiKE WBJ( SHOW 

IfA 'Bye Bm BiackMnl' An aasesamept of the 
L QMised by America's p(^ula«on of SOCMnlilkMi 
1 examines bott) man and natural >t^i t 

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OCT. 8. 1877 



I'VE GOT UM onCR Judy reacts with curiosity 
fliwe tlwn MyMng Mb when an oM bN^Mand auiMnly 
^HMarsa^iMMiy yews affd wants to tttfce her to liMii^, 
but Stuart'e raai^jnttoy^^^fefsnt. 
m OPBIATION PEfnSMT 'Operation Opentton' 
mum ^Mfflan'a sub is Hgitfly outfltted wNh torfH^s 
md«M enemy W)lMr Is sHiMM^JtA MMt 19 AM on hh back 
while nui^ prepere to ramdw Ma ateendlx. 

tflEXHUMfilk^ 
THE^PWaCMffi George Jumpe at the chance erf 
gewng a atreet Wd to MNir for lAn tf MM price, iNit flnde 
it'a ooMng him imxe Own he bargahied for. 
iTNBCMTURDAY NIGHT AT tIe MOVIES 'Rto Lobo' 
WO John Wayne, Jenifer O'Neill. A fcMrmer Qvil War 
offlper fnses 0ie T«a» towm (Mf f«o LcH}» friMi a baml (^ 
atfpettMWira and sMea an old wors wMi a wafflnie 
traitor. (R) (2 hrs.) 

«! STARSKY AND HUTCH •Murder WanT^nnilN and 
utoh go undercover Ikm mmm hietfhition wtth Stetky 
ediMMd m a pMent »n«i iritoMpt » b«ok ^mm ttie 

m MAISNG TELEMSION OAN& C»»reodiapher Twyla 
Tfmp me^em ««• MN<Mtt«e tiMMontfiip between 
tele^pn tectmotogy and mffifem itahce. Pwfonnanclea 
imls^a raheWMdf 'Once More FraiA'wMt MiMall 
Barighnllgavandawpieflrieieef'GBun^Itan^.' 
m THE TONY IMNDALL SHOW Judge WiMftr Franklin 
auffers a guMt oompiex after learning he has sent an 
MioeentrMntoMl. 

STHEI^niOM 
n^Q^K^ mjRNETT mvm a musksal sUute to the 
wonderhil worid of (KHnIc sMps. 
m WEIjOVE boat 'I^ Piue Y' starring Loretto SwH; 
'QMnn aiKi Kelly* atamng Krts^ MoNtehol; 'The Qokton 
piers' siHringCiMurtos Fraitfc. 
p OOLLGE m&mm College Of WINiam and Mary va. 
vlq|Mi Pohrtoohfric Inatltirte 
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GEORGE AND DIANE IVEY 

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RmJBHAN 

NEWS 

MEW8 

MOVIE 'What'a New, Pueeycat?' 1988 Peter Sellers, 

sdy Allen. Fashion editor eeeks heH> lor Ma romanUc 
protHema from a paychiaMsL 

f| MOVIE 'ANvK KeHy' 1888 WlMam Hohton. Rtdwid 
widmarft. Renegade adventerer bringlrw a herd (rf 800 
cattte from MexKo to a Union Army mdor I9 kktnained 
and la forced to delNer the herd to starving Rtehmoru. (1 
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MM10NAL POOIBALL LEAGUE GAME Neir Yorii Jets 
Aiffrio MM; Oaktand FMders vs. deveMnd Browns; 
JB i Sea fawk s w. New England Patriots 

nou^il^snTARs 

HMSrilPIECE THEATRE 'Dtokana of ixmdon' 
Star. 'Poaeasiion' lAow an unrtaMed aucc^s at 
Owlee takeaa countty holiday wHhMrlteKMe and 
AMr batef. Itawever, he to IncreubH^ dMwn to his 
iw Mwy Hogar^, the <mly peraon vriw aeems to 



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Imetruth 

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■ WbNBCE (MaMoiwI League Champlon^lp Play<rff8 
Myal^. Mtoiwiaa^ieduto«M ^>ply.) 
~ MOIMI tlNnrRMi^ laSTI^wik Sinatra. JW «. John, 
la Med bf mB l leBal re to And «M why Ma 
iMi^K noMd vMid 19 ttow* and unconsctous ¥^ low- 



OUR OWN Coma<^ series, airing .„.„ 
J, Lynnle Greene, Gr«|chen Wyter. Dbcto Cvter 
and Dan FteslA Two ytMing cve«r giriaiewn never to bust 
an audMoninlfKtor when they attempt to caat their flrst 
televlston oommerclel in the advertising Mency where 
theywori(.(PRBMERE) ^ 

9:00 a ALL IN THE FAMILY AieMe is shocked when Edith 
gnm amy a valuiAdelnherttonee MM by her dear ooMn, 
Liz, but the UgoMt ^lock is yMto come. 
P THE JB EiBNT 'A Love AMUR The Eleanor and Lou 
Gehrta Story' Bl^he Dmhmw. I^mid Henrnvm. MMrtd 
Pranrim drama abwA tiM New Vorit YaMteea ImnerW 
first baaeman and his devoted ertte - tMr meetkig, 
oourtoMpMtf mantel^- and hew Mqr In«w^ fmigMthe 
losing baWeioalnathia IncuMMexttaeMe. (2 hra.) 
a -niE ABC SUNDAY MOW- KKME 'Murder on the 
OriMt Express' 1974 Albert Rnney, Lmwm Bmm. mahr 
occurs on a Mn bound for the Orient ami Hercule PoIrM 
la oiled upon to s(^ve the mystery b^ore the trrin arrfvM 
at4to dMtbitfon. (2 hra. 46niln.) 
m MASTERPtECE THEATfi 'Oiekena of London' 
»isode Seven. 'IHeMW,' recurrir^) and dlaturiJton. 
plague OwriM motAi^ his sister-ln-law'a dtm. 
AHtKMigh wperbnente in hypnoaia provide some 
dIstVKtion, Ms Mmt's attempts at rtfali^i mon^ cauae 
mo^imbarrMalng woea. 

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SERVICE A PARTS 
Sat. hours - 8 to 2 p.m. 

Area radio log 

AM STATIONS 

- - - jp , 

WMBG (740)-Contetoporei7 muMe%e«s,simq>-stiBaet. 

WRAP t85())-Soul music and jtrograiatolog, attif, 
cootliraoiis. 

1^00 (940)-"CoaiiU7PQltaa" moslc, aevi.U nliutes 
past tta hour, spoils, agrtodtsn nprat tf 12:tt'aiin- 
ilse to soBset. 

WPMH (1010)-lD^rati«ial nitoie udproftrUBS, lliMial 
network aev od tbe hinr and kaU toor/mnttif, SfXtf^, 
and pnbUe sftain profraflis Mtf, old riuilo stows 
trtun tbe 'X'b koA '«te daily at 4 p.m.; sutoP-sttnaet. 

WCMffi (1050)-Modern coodtry mnsic, local news at 
10 minutes past the hour; 6 a.m. • sunset. 

WZAM (1110)-RocidnK Country llusic, news, weathlh, 
qiorts, teafflc repinis; sunup to sinuwt. 

irmXk (1230}-Progre88iTe Top 40 music, ABC Con- 
ta^^Bfur Network, owttooous. 

WQKT (1270)-Conntry music, Mutual Mews and Sports. 
weatbM', features, selteted religioas {msramminK; 
6 a.m. - sunset. 

WGH (lS10}-Contemporary music, news at IS miiMtos 
past tto bour, headlines at 25 aiantes pasti eoMlteeis. 

WHNE (U50)-Coimti7 music, news qwrtos eonfitna|s. 

WPCE (liSey-SSt soul music, gospel psrogrammtoc, 
Mirtiml BUtk Mtworfc News; couiitoous. 

WFOO <1450^Ceetemporary music, news, weither and 

spoils, ontiottous. 

WVEC(1490);ABC-lnformation. 

WVAB (1550)-Musical favorites, Mi^ual prfisrams, 
news sports, simiqi-sunset. j 

WCnc aeoiO-Eaqr listenii« popidar toi^ "pop" 
coBMrts, WBC News and features; 6 wj^^UmL 

WTAR-AM. TM, Adult C(iot»B]xavy muHc, btfor- 
matlMi, qiorts, traffic reports, CBS aevs and qiedals. 

FM STATIONS 

VNBS-FM (88.7}-Cootemporarjr musle. B«va, sports; 
8 a.ffl. - 4 p.m. HoDday throi^ Thiowtt^, »a.m. - 
11 p.m. Friday, off flw air ^turday and ^odiy. 

WTGM (S9.S)-Classical music, Ntfiqnl PitoUc Radto 
Neteork {mgnms, news; 6:30 a.m. - 12:30 aim. 

WJLT-FH (92.1>.Papalar Ut music of tto laA 20 
yean, , plv - it htt releasM, news on the tour; 
cwtiinoUs. 

WFOG-FM rM.9)-Easy Usteoing music in stereo, 
80 per c«rt iBstrumuBtal, 20 par cent vocal, aarly 
morniaf mm», 2S atd $5 past tbs hour, 5:55-1:59 
a.m., news, 55 past tbe hour eveij other hnir, • a.m.- 
1 p.m. and 2:55 and 4:55 a.m., weather, 27 past ^ 
hour, 5 a.m. - 7 p.m., coMiAuous. 

mfYK-FM m.7)-Pn)fressive Album Rock music, 
news at 6, 8:W, '7:30, 8:30 a.m.. toatare alhamatlli 
p.m., maiimiM of 6 commercials per hour; eontia-t 
aous. 

WKEZ-FM (l5.n.Eii^ ttstat^ rtmreo mvic, six 
anmoiviato par ai^; asm tnnj half haitf^ duringr 
aarly mmlm PRtod, atttry oUw hour tkroHitoirt: 
toe day; iM^«r tt Ot half toar toroughont toe day 
aad eirtr ev«^«; eoUtounto. 

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P LAIMUNN Bm Arthur Is the specMtf guest star and 
RM«r Uom, Henry Ponda, tennis star IHe NastaM, Seals 
and Crofts and Rodney AlHMt Rippy, nuMnii <mmo 
mmrwces Wllioln the 12-fflefl«er repertory company. 
H TIC SAN PGDRO BEACH BUMS 'GodfathennF^' 
WMn l^ancer Mcea a jc^ with a prNrte eye, the Beach 
Bums find theimsMf^ hMirtg a bi^y ft««n a powerhii 
MRMIeNstomMelk. 

fi AOE OP UI^MtainTY 'The Colonlat Idea' from the 
cros«les of the Uth century throt^ the British 
fficperlencfs to India and our own In Vietnam Is explored, 
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*" •ISf'^lFT^ '*•*"* SWW When John Bllot learns the 
<yMcUe dhwrce he mA Joyce obtained In Tlluene, M«clco, 
WM not valM, he Is put In the humlNMna pMtton of 
lw«M.to beg her for snottiw divorce. (Firat half <rf a too- 
pvtMMy.) 

p«pe MONDAY raOHT AT THE MOVIK "Killer on 
^d'^^rtrice Strait, awde Akins. A myetertous 
''^K ^^ cauMd mt deaths of wme of ttie cr«w 
inonmrs and pMseinere, spreads terror and pante wi 
baMȣHixury cMfJAk (2 hra.) 

• MCS MONDAY H»HT POOTBALL Los Angeles 
^^ wkChlCMp BeMlTOffl Chtoago. Illln<^ 

• AMBVCAN^I^rr STORY Flannery O'Connor's 'The 
fm^mti Person.' set ln6eor(^ In ttie late 1040b. Is the 
Moiy of a conseienttoMbutdrtven Poliah refugee aad Ma 
fam^who tcMally dIaraiH ifw Hvee of Me peoijeon A wnall 
farm »Kl ivecl^tate tragedy. Irene Worft, Johh 

RHousMAan«Kl»M«yStolerstv. 
T^OAJB (lueets: Peter MarahaH, Jr. son of author 
hwjne Marshall, Jack Hayferd pester of tiM Churdi On 
The Wfer, sinoerfiv Lewta. 

■ intk AIINIML COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS Hoet: 
^nny CMh wMi his wife June Carter Caah. The special 
brpadoast will honor outstanding achievemei^ in Mm 
wimfcyfflusic fiekt. Queste Include Roy Clartc, Mae Dawis. 
f^ Hsggart, Loretta Lynn. Dolly Parton. Charlie Pride. 
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Ml WtBEE rr In Mi^try.' students at Chteago's 
erio (^emente tWgh exokire ways in whtoh prejudtee 
afiecll tM n^a and 'Sbc Studenta from Memfrftia' 
tspiH lor s^denta attending publk: desegregiAed 
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VAU. STAR ALMOST ANYTHINQQ0E8 
_ DICK CAVETT SHOW The Emftiy Award-winning TV 
peraonallty, come<fian, actor and witter returns to 
MMetaMghtiy teletriston In a new Interview aeries. Actora 
Sophia lsr«n ahd Marceik) MastrolannI, stars of the new 
, , lAmJAfWCtai M^^are ttie premiere giiesto. 

0.-00 I THE mZPATRKacS When Jack geta assigned to work 
iMtt) a 4ocal Mto mechanto Hx hie school's work-study 
e^rairti he ta disfreesed to find that the man is eheeting 
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m tHE BIO EVB4T 'Dk:k Clark's Good CNd Days: From 
Bol^ Sox to Miinia' Host: Otok (%vk. Co4iMta: Annette 
^nicalio and ^ankte Amton. Noataigk: look at the tate 
'!wB wxf «u1y 'Ote. Among the needy SO stara who wlit 
Mpeer and perfonn are Connie Francis. FaUan, Leeley 
(iora, Dion and mwe. 

fi WORLDSSfiEB ABC Sporto will provide Ihre coverage 
the firtet game of tiie Work! Series from the city of the 
Amerlcsn Leiaue Champion. 

m A QO(X> DISSOMAMC^ LUCE A MAN Theodor 
nnweck's awarcNvinning Aim btography of American 
QompMor ChariM hws is baeed on tfie composer's 
memos, reminlscencea *na taped Intenrtews wWt 
nMlMs and friends. The Aim traces m^or influences on 
theMmc)oaer'«ite.« 
^ pAMpQRJFFlTNBHOW 

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OKIO H MA.a.H. Co^ei Fattw, worried aboirt the nervous 
toneton epparent m Me 4077th, asKe psycMatrist ^dney 
Freedfflan,who #mps up as one of the wo«nded, to take 
an Informal k>ok alsdme (4 the more ufrtight cases. 
m 'TOUR EN L'/yR* M40 'BALLET ADAGIO' Filmed In two 
peita. the personal and piofestfohal lives of a husband- 
andMMlfe dance team are mamlned. The second 
prescMntatkN) leaturee DavM and Anna Marie Holmes In a 
perfofmance^rf aiballat 'Spring Water.' 
P TOO CLUB Goesta: Authore Joyce Landorf. Chariene 
potterbaum, Muskilan Ramona Hutton. 

0:30 p ONE DAY AT A TIME Convinced Julie is in above her 
head, Schneider dhfee to Me reecue, only to cause s 
rifrtkto or troubles for boM Julie arvd Ann. (Part III oi a four- 



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MOVIE 'Tunriitoweed' 1063 Audto Murphy, Lori Naison. 
in Mea to pnwe he (Ndn't deeert a wagon train under 
MtfahaUack. (1 hr/90mlA.) 

a AS MfllSEE IT 'New Worid' explores San Francisco 
echooto thfOMM the eyM of AiiaAiAmerk»n stodents. 
fHKriiac,Mk^.,^udento recommend that restrictive 
aehoQl nriea adoQMd iMer 1071 rtoMng be chnigotf in Day 
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Me teader of the Evem tamily , Th^nm movea into her own 
off-CMipus iqiartment, but finda hiring free may cost more 
than she expected 

P THE Ll^ AND TMES OF GRiZa.Y ADAMS Sur^vai' 
Sibify AitaiM toses Ms memory dter Buffering a head 
Injury «»dk fMireued by a bounty hunter, becMites a 
MBbteneAMranger In me wfldemess he knew S9 well. 

» WORLD »K8 ABC Sports will provide live cm«n«e 
ther seoMid game of the Worid Series from the city of 
M#Amerte«il,eagua(^iam|rion. 
pfiyiJCBMCiK The public is invited to call in queMons 
c<Ni^enyng Me show's presentation of public afWre 
iSMitolrt Me ^tmmufritv. 
^BAI^^MMPfTTH SHOW 
MO BbiMIINQ LOC^E Trying to live up to a chlMhood 
pwUge to M^hA Mends, Lenny tells his buddies about a 
wcai^ M Ml btriiding Md vdMw up vrtM roommatee who 
(toh'tm^ttoleeve. 

mwOO^miX PLMMOUSE John Aktertofl and Pauline 
CwMi Mfr ^ M» «iNle AMed m Moriaft txf himvoriat 
P Q. WOdehduse. m MMertm Gete Hto Chwce.' a pocr 
yottmd cunte who kmgs to Mr Um eoroM^gMon wiM a 
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led Hatter Fox' Ronny (^, Jean^^ Romwo. 
DramaSzatloo of. Me myatloal vmlmiSm binds a young 
doctor to 4 taiTlfwd teanaoe lndlan#i vriho to todwd in a 
spiritual deMlfstnigBl* betweerthw IMaRJterttaoe «Kl 
the hard raaotfea of the white man'aiMridi^lifl.) 
m THE OMOON trail -Trappe^e Sendwn^' Luther 
Sprague. ^ wagon traki'a sooiA to mftmtmn hosttto 
mountain nwh and Evan Thorpe al^Si^ th^ feeder In 
order to win LuMer's fvaedom. QyeaiilafsClaiiJe AMm. 

&BON0 I88UE Gov. MMte E. OiodwlR a^ Preaton 
ruMera, chairman of Virolnlafto tor BoMto, «M epe* M 
support of the Bond toeue. The oppMi« rite'i vteew «rtN 
be presented by a raprae*nl>tlve tH Ml \nrglnto 
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SMriiw Heinphill, Glynn Turman and the Pipe. (R) 
P EOUAUTY The controvereiai question of equality in 
wnerica is examined in four areas: equality of age, ant, 
race and economic drcumstanoee. 
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pressures s member of Me syndicirte when an 
ifflitergrouiKl oop to found murdered. 'Counterfeit Drewn' 
MvM Janssen, Norman Uoyd. U.S. Treasury Agent to 
Fritted Msinst a master counterfeiter. (R) 
P THE T0NK3HT SHOW Host Johnny Caraon. Gueste: 
Pete Fountain, Engelbert Humperdinck, Steve 
Landesberg, Merie Earto. 

R MOVIE 'Talk of the Town' 1042 Cary Grant. Jean Arthur. 
(I accused of araon hMes out in teacher's house not 
knowing she hss rented it to a future Supreme Court 
Judge. BoM akl him in clearing himself of crime. 
11:46 p TUESDAY MOVIE OF THE WEEK 'MeMn Purvis, G- 
Man' Dale Robertson, Dtok Sargent. Melvin Purvis, Me 
flamboyant 1033 Mklwest FBI bureau chief, tracks down 
and captures the infamous 'Machine Gun Keiiy' and his 
Mrtg, who have daringly kkinapped a miiltonaire ptoyboy. 

« TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Guests: Robert 
Iburn, !ggy Fop, Joan Lett, Kim Fowley, Paul Welter, 
sulHect is punk-rock music. 

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11:30 p THE CBS LATE MOVIE 'Hawaii Fh«0' Steve tooka for 
murderer of a critk: Journalist 'The Gun and the Nun' Ben 
Murphy. Former detective Harry Friaco goto Ms 
experience from two old western outtaws. (R) 

BTHE TONIGHT SHOW Host Johnny Carson. Gueste: 
in Rivera. Phyllis George, Neil Simon. 
m MOVIE 'Treasure of the Golden Candor' 1065 Anne 
iancraft. Cornel Wilde. Wagon train flghto and dies for Me 
est^)ltahmint of the Dutch Free Stetein the 10M century. 
11:46 a S1ARSKY AND HUTCH 'Kill Huggy Beer' Stwsky and 
Fhitch's confktant Huny Bear to merited for deaM Mar 
being fobbed oi a tortone he had promised to retom to Ite 
owner, a merdless numbere racketeer. (R) _ 

IM STOMMROW Hoet Tom Snyder. Guest 'Jolly' Owrito 
Grimm (tonner Major League Baseball manager and banjo 
ptoyer). 

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ALBUM REVIKIVS - BILLT JDEL-THE STRAlfGER (Col- 
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This is not tM sa|M BiUy teel irlo gave as "cianoMaa-* 
aad "Captain Jack". That BUI]; Jfoel vaa a younf, suffer- 
ing, tense and emaUflOil ai'Hst. 

The new Billy Joel is still aa sHlst, hot he's middle- 
aged BOW. He cares about dttfereirt things bow. It is a dif- 
ficult chai«e to adjust to, but it's still Billy JoeL Many 
people could idcotUy witii the "lonely-petvle-iBa - bar" 
image he set in 'Vltao Man". 

It is harder ftti imagiBe Oi Buay people catching the 
mood in his scog to a jaburhan^Jxiag- Island Catholic 
girl (umed Viifliia) with the mmortUe title - "CMy 
The Good Die Ydeng". It must be a good aUnm to some 
people, because ttere are aune good ttings in it. It just 
isn't the same mily Joel that he, used to be. 

JOAH ARMATRAimfG • SHOim SOME EMOTtOM (AAM 
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Joan has become quite popular in Uie TMewater area 
in the last fOw mooBis due to her siqierb concert qipear- 
ucM and her flae previous aB«n ("Joan Armatniding" 
A A M SP4500). Her new album needed to be at least as 
fine to contiBM tte growth in acceptance she has enjoyed 
here. The mm albnni is a Joy. 

The moods she ereatei and tiw feelings she conveys are 
tMngs few other pnrfiu'mers do as veil. Tfterc are moving, 
soft mdlov sound* like 'Warm Love". And tracks like 
"Mama Uacf that are the rodetog-bluee Joan creates 
so veil. If you have liked naf Joan Armatradtng before, 
you voB't have to tfy too hard at all to oijoy this one. 

BACK (HICE ACAIR were some nev releases that arrived 
this veek from Tommy James and Ri(± Nelson. The fami- 
liar names just keq^ popiiV ap. 

The nev Tommy James is "Midnight Rider" (Fantsy F- 
95S2) and Rick Rrisoo's nev one is "IntakM". Heisnov 
on the Epic lafael (Epic E-34420). 

TIDEWATER'S TOP ALBUMS 

Kenny Loggins - Cdebrate Me K»a 

Fleetvood Mac - Rumours 

Dan FogeUtorg-Nether LancM 

Pablo Cruise - A Place in the ^1 

LitUe Uver Band - raamaafttaa Co<itaU 

Barry Chapin - Dance Band On Tke Titanic 

Firefiai - Luna Sea 

Bros. JohBsoo - Right On Time 

Foreipier 

Crosby Still A Nadi - cat 

Snpertnmp - Even b The Quiert^ Moninta 

Jean Lac-Ponty - Enigmatic Ocean 

Janes Taytor - JT 

The Alan Parsons Project - 1. BxiM 

The Doobie Bros. - Uvla' On Hk ndt Line 

Heart - UtOe Queen 

RuA - A FareveU To Kings 

THIS WEEK'S TOP RICQ8SS 
I) Star Wars - lieiM ' 

I) I Wmma Be Your Evwytidag - Aady Ottb 
3) Boogie Nights - Ba^nn 

4} Doei Stop - nertvosl Mae 

5) Nobody Does R B«t^ T Car^ Slmen 

6} Ke^ R CmnlB' LoM - Ke 4 The Ssi^ilae Band 

7) C(d« As fee - For^pMr V 

•) Stravherry Lellcri^ - Th* Mis. Johnaoa 

0) That'a Reek A Roll » aMB OMi^ 

10) 1 Fed Love- Doaia Bummer < 

II) B«t Of My Love - ne Bmottois 
12) On A Oa « Sleabn UAop 

IS) Sv^' teThnMurte - mmt^mn 

14) Greatest L«p^ AU - (Moiie B«WH 

15) Tdiphonl^Liiil - Eleetrte LltfM Oii^eMm 
1«) Jngto Love • The ^ve MiUer Band 

17) BrlefchtaM - The GcMuMpns 

11) ShpMd, tnMSeH«arad - PMr Fnttittoa 
19) I^'t Weiay MqF - B. J. noaias 
10) Don't R Ittie My Brovn IJm Btae - Cryrtall 

MEWTIPwnS 

Welfe An J^at - Ite C^Ott^ r 
Hov De^ to Tour Love - Hm Me Com 
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ywr «teal.toittlCtMaM«klagtlMy«ahaT«to|lvta«a]r,|««rfi^att«MraM^- 
bers vtn apimeiat* }Mr nnaroalty. So e«ll SIT-Wt to ptoea yoor nucE UE atf 



nadia« ftoad A>k pait 
sii^piMrt Ml so^>a-fw, 

Fr«e to foot h»a. Vary 
•(torable aad tovtog, mat 
sae to>i)i>ra<!tote,«t'M14. 

Tfca grey OrpaftiWfflaH» 
niada anfl^ft to tot pi^ 
Ue a IUb oi tskrgf &a- 
awattaa MttltM, "All 

Atort &is4to^"'maao- 
mtoiae ^rS da2iii4 
to edeeate ttt Timer to 
^^^wr do - it - yennaU 
tock^pMt to lioaa larala- 
ttoa, tatai^rtad ]tor«Ui a 
frmma an aafead to ett- 

lia> tortliu> ttiMPBi^ctoaal 
srhiilBHM. -^ fUra to a- 
nLUaUcFSEE of eharga. 
PlMte cortaiet Mr. J<^ 
Rardii, WaattoriaMoa 
Coordtetor. at e»-aS41. 
£tt4 MS tor tatoraattoa 
atoir " 



FREE Eternal Ltfe-GaU, 

iQTTEMS-e ^dt^ male * 
foiale, Frae togobdhome. 
6 wa^ (rid. 4I2-M47. 

IfQQB) COCKER * TER- 
RIER, male, 8 yrs. old. 
AU aMs, gTMt wito Uda! 
FamUy movtog and most 
find irood iKm*. 4M-4244. 

EIKHJSH IVY - after 4 
p.m. -$47-a!|S8.AU]n» 
have to do to 4^ It ap. 

KITTENS - Free- Bom 
7/S/77, 2 malar, 2 fe - 
males, all are Rvttf. Ut- 
ter box trained, 1 male 
orange A widte, with one 
tdue eye, one green eye. 
Old GEX Portsffioiitli mf 
area. 4M-6«73. 

FREE-STUDENT DESC— 
One (1) PER tomlly. Laat 
2 Satucdays to October. 
(22nd. A SMi) DESKS, 
lirc., aoo Cnwtord SL 
Partaaaai^ 

FREE TO GOOD home - 
foaalc pnpnr, l/I 
tare eolUcaBdl/2< 
man piaeber. Looka Ilk* 
amall DdMe. »«-« (»■ 

COCK-A-POO aprieot to 
color. SmaU oat door dog 
loves eUlAen. Good dto- 
P(»itieB. Aa ahoto. Frae 
to good bom*: Call 397- 
1823. 

FREE TO GOOD HOME 
ONLY: 3 Cock-i-poM; 2 

ndea and 1 toauto, 3yrs. 
oM. #7-7417. 

lOTTElK: Kaefc Md iMto 
lianto^ 2 moatkaoUL Call 

AOOSAWyi part bai^ 
pappy Iraa to good boa*: 
420-77W. 

COCna SMIRBL: FRit 
to Uxtlat bom*. Sto to 4 
vrs. M, baa b*aa ^y*d, 
is AKC ragtotored aadpa- 
pars tt« todidad. CaU: 
4i7-7tf7. 

POFMES: MA settw/ 
^Mador pi9ptoa, aeri- 
toflt fMa or toiBtlBg dofs- 
Fr** to good borne. Call 
4M-MM, 



FRM TO GOOD 
2, 6 1ft. oU p«s. MtoMi 
breed. Prefer to kaap to- 
gether to good brai*. Call 
543-«031 aft«r 7:30 p.m. 

3 YR. OLD MSDIUM sto* 
dog mlaed to«*d. Fonate, 
qmjwl. All aioU. Long 
radittab brova baftr. Lovea 
oaUowa-naeda yard. Lik- 
M eUlitoea. CaU 543-3191. 

SAFE Sdwol Loncbes: For 
fre* iflformatton on tood 
safety, write for a oipy 
of "Food &fety for tka 
Family" from tbe Soatb- 
east Uorm^oB Office, 
.raOA, Rocrn 208, ITU 
PaacMra* «., NW, AtlM- 
ta. da. 30309. 



FREE . pappiM. taall 
mMmr to taantor. tod 
tMr itooto. <^ Se-aa 

Omot 9 p.m. 



^M. FrM to food brat*. 
Vai? ^*tty pqyiM. 2 
^ 1 <rtd. 547-M«. 



0-Fr«« Ba* 



raEE TREES-Ctt yourself 
^Um fta- ftrawM and 
ttmiiK. CaU d^l4« tf- 

t*rd:Mp.in. 

FRff MpptogBodbaaa. 
kUt. • Bieaaa m. Call 



t-Fn»INt 



«2^miSaftor9p.tt 

— "' 'i ^ ^ 1 " . % II 

9 BtAOItFUL KITTBIS- 
3 fmalaa and t matos. 
SBioBtoB^.totf«toa«s*, 
wtt sianM* atarUnga bat 
act Mlors. FREE to agood 
bom*. Can 498 -W19. 

FSEE-I^adal 2 year old 
story ba«r at Cb a aapaa k* 
.Haadqaaitars Ubiary to 
&^t BHdia. BMntTvM- 

day at 11 aj a. 

KITTEM * 4 too^lm old. 
Bli^ MMla. Ma toe 
oMiri l^ton uwti^Am 
Cbwa^aate J^J^raryttea- 
taat. Frae to good ban* 
only. 492-3947. 

WUlE CAT, matoOMn- 
terad), 1 year oM, 1 yaUow 
«f* ato 1 bhw aye, good 
holtte tolly. 42i-40M. 



FREE! Garage Sale s^asl 
Ptonaing a ala? Coma by 
DaYto Real^, 1740 Lartia 
Rd.-mittt ud flek-ap 
yoar FREE pn^ssloaiay 
painted sign. Also we wiU 

lend you afree "FORSALE 
BY OWNER" sign If ym 
are movlBt and PtoaitBf to 
sell yoor own hOos*. CaU, 
422-^. 

LOVEABLE, fttonffl^ dag 
tree to nod baaie. Pratar 
flually toat lavas aaimato 
and fcaatoto tlfardapMa. 

1 yr. oltllmateiilasbaaa 
spi^ad. U^ laa eotor, 
pioi Oapterd and part 

akOdriHi and all paopto. 
4i9-i9«. 

2 8-WK OLD poiis. Mind 
bread - Prefer to ke^ 
tontbar to mod boB*.^CaU 
SS-N31 ^tor 7:30 p.m. 

OBUtAM SBOnERD pop- 
f*a8^-» tortm midapap- 
Pill3-ailaj3bdtoa. Andooa 
tor someone to play witb. 
«I-98t4. 



MIXED aiELTI» Meds 
toring bna* witt hAi tf 
room to ran Md jiif. 9 
moiMi oM tonale, ^ayed 
•ad baa tfl ^nto. tkMd 
dtopoMtion. UtEB to good 
b<Mae. 3«>-2t0|. 

tHHt CttLDRn ACH- 
VITIE8-StM7 iM awnftoa, 
eralt diysandpilpatabows 
CaU CUUfran^opfiai- 
t<^> Higy Forebaad ti 
547-999r 

FREE STORY BCXnt-tor 
cbildran to b^ work- 
tog par^s, tor eUlitoea 
ages 3 to 9. OB Wa^Ms- 
dan at 7 p.m. andSatur- 
di#a it U a.m. Cbasapeake 
Haad^jmrters Ltorary to 
GrMt Bridge. 




•SaSaMMM 



FREE 



mixed and 




«S<Hn9. 



old. CaU 



FREE KKlOO - From oU 
for firewood, 
r-2211 or 489-0100 



eaU 



FKEi KITTiaiS ■ 9 wks. 
otd, Uttorttitoad, Ttto- 
Uaa. C»U 4M-1099 aftor 
3 p.m. • 

THREE bMirtlfta mato 
Oarmaa Sbqipard pondes, 
fra* to pwd bomM One 
Uack aid two wldto ones. 
Six we^ (dd and ready 
togonaiw! CsU 549-4923. 

raEE ^Two cato. One to 
a solid Uade tomato, qiay- 
*d athar to a aaUd lAtte 
mato, neot^Md. Boto oato 
are T*ry geaiU*.^lftog a- 
way becaose of aUaglM. 
Need very toviag home, 
okter coimto praftorad. 
Call M7-^«a after 5 p.m. 

FREE to a good bome mato 
part Angora kitten 7 weeks 
old, Utter tratoed. WiUde- 
liTer toryooriwrovallritt 
to reasonable lU^uee. 
Free food and Uttor boi. 
CaU 547-2478 a«er 4 p.m. 

10 - THArS RRfflTliri 
10 Owmaa Stapbardpap^ 

Com* take yoar slckt (^ 
4«7-tt34, aflw 9:00 pan. 



GOTTA GRlPE'?? Tbe 
Itoawter BMer Business 
««•• la ag^iped to as- 
•ttt ye* <Mtt your cM - 
aatoar H^Mems. Call 627- 
SCSI (9:00 - 4:00) U(»day 
■ Fri(^. TeU as your 
INToblMts. if weawtteto 
you, we wui «mm fui 
yea why or refer you to 
proper ifMCy who MB help 
r»- 

FEOfiRAL TAX Informa- 
Uott and aaslstanea. CaU 
between 9 a.m. and 4:45' 
p.m. Telephone 461-3770, 

FREE MOVIK •fei7'Wad- 
«u6a at 12:10 p.m. at 
Klrnlibrary, 301, E. Ctty 
Hall Afe., MorioUt. 

FREE WEATOERREPCffiT 
Up-to-toe-boor. tompton 
Roada area forecast. Dtol 
936-1212. 

KITTENS: 2 female Uttens, 
Tabby colored. Utter 
tralaad. 9 weeks old. F1«e 
to good home. «4-U»9, 
after 3 p.m. 



BE OUR FRIEND- Ad(9t 
and glTo your tove and 
bmne Am* oar aaimato. Ve 
med yoor help. Forte. - 
mouUi Hnmans Society.; 
397-6004. ■_ 

'FRBB.to apodhomaonly.. . 
9 month Siamese Seal Poiitt 
kitten. fflMta. 497-6990 - 
490-0591. 

FREE: 3 kittens, mito, 
wUto, grey ant blaek. 9 
als., to ^Md hmne. &t- 
0479 after 3:00 yeekdays., 

FREE-1 1/2 yr. old male 
dog. Mixed breed, metium 
size. Good pet, friendly 
ud ptoyfnl. Needs good 
hnne wito fenced yard. Has 
bad sboto. 421-3171. 

SCIENTOLOGY: Freelec- 
tnre emy Sanday at 3 pm 
and 7 pm on tbla contro- 
vnitial tim«lysid)|a«^G«t 
^nor wattona maimmiv^^ 

tlen. 209 22«d Street - 
Upstairs. Vt. Bench, yk. 



FREE to good tena-febale 

¥mi 6*moirtbs (fld. Part 
errler and part ^ts. 
Lores d^ren. fottflHjHWd 
watchdog. Monde vttt «ilte 
.forehead. CaU 497-9m. • 

-. ■ ■■■ „ ■ ■! . ■ mmmm-<* 

ATTENTIONi!!! ladnftrtol' 
and constnction Hnu, 

-ftve ha^bv of aU scrap 
^ywood an lumbar to be 
used for the patpea* of 

- bttUdlag bbxtoOHSM. 424' 
«76. _ ; 

VERY affectiopato eat to 
good hraie oidy. Six yaars 
(dd» wito dioFtMadc^. 
mA bad idnto and hwraMi 
neirtered. Trained to stoy 
ootoide to the day u« 
stoqM inside at aMt. 
Laavtog area and mMtflad 
a wo od bom*. # 1-9830. 
bating toMfWieU 
seottt mttonns. ^U 



GREAT BRIDGE ■ female 
wishes to share apt. wito 
nme. WUl eonsldar 1 
ebtld. - 492-1974. 
GARAGE SALE 

VINING Piano SarVic* ■ Va. 
* N. C, uprigM ptoaoa 
J79-575. We bay «mU. 
tnaa AreboOd. CaU MM- 
429-9983, Boa 9911-Nor • 
foUc, Vs., 83508 N*w key- 
boards I beacht s. 

YOUR canKrt wiu aerer »• 
daaaar or look btttar on* 
Ul yo« tn OS. FT** ea- 

tlmatat - Low rates - CaU 
evenings after 6 p.m., 481< 
3802. 



PIANO TUNING: Servtog 
Tid«wator area for 19 
yaars. Tern Mwtoa, 340- 
1834 (answsrlii svrvtoa 
9 - 9, Monday -Friday). 

PIANO TUNING SERVICE- 
dependaUa, wUl tima «rao- 
Ings and Satardaya. «8- 
39^ bttwem 3 and 9 p w 




ROD ROURi - PosalUe 
p«ri»tlto*. Ihaw saMptos 
take orders, tor eagnmd 
■etol aoetal seeorito 
«mrdi. iMd aasM - IS 
ao. iw ftM aaavto. de- 
taUs. LUMtaw PfMdaeto. 
9. 0. Itai 89419, Ratoigh, 
WC 87«" 



ir toeome-man- 
aglng yoor own distrJbu 
torshJp. Anyone with am 
bttion can do ft Wc i> -.u 

497--; 



WHY CONV HOU 

euRvxtuR aoNes 
iNTrtev»Hpiiice 





iWLonaiiTorFtci 

Maaager B - Compleitoa 
of studard ooUeg* eoara# 
plas 3 yrs. MpartOMS to 
aaeh fields aA offic* mao- 
afaonant, pabUc orbua- 
IMS* admialatrattoa, pob- 
Uc or privata perMuMl 
adnlntotiatton, labor or 
iBditilrial ralatioQs, voca- 
tional laidBhea, or retot- 
•d tlaidi wMeh provldBd a 
kaotladge at oeeapattoatl 
rei)alnmanto A enployaa 
salaettoM. Added parttoant 
adaeatlon any sabatitnto 
for aip*rtaaea or *ip*ri 
rttottd to diiUoa of 



eoUaga oaMaHSB on aa 
Mmdtimalti^. Itartba 
wtog toVQSk to 

, Va. Manr nmt 

. .m-mjiBikmup- 
litoMtoM (G.O. rom 
K^]|B.avMtoMa6«M local 
Va. un|Q|fiMnt OtoriUa- 
atoniTM H«it Sjwton, 
Mm fiaaaep n^r., Rtoft- 
Wiad.yfc att». A^ataal 
flpporluplty nu^bBftt, 



EARN i-XlHA $:: iii 
proven mailing program. 
FREE DETAILS, CON - 
CEPTS, P. 0. Box 12092, 
NorfoUc. Va. 23508. 

PART - nilE sMaUaai 
aaratogs Lotto Shtras la- 
tonaUoMl has a Umltod 
»r of apenlags for 



hardwoffdag Indi- 
wltoraaldetoi 



I IMS 
ana. TUs to aa klaal po- 
ailiM for hememafcers, 

p«sion»rs, eoltog* sta - 
d«to, etc. For tofor- 



atoaltoa 
I 



form, s*ads*lf-a«Na«ed 
anwtop* to : LOTTO 
■nras htonatiOMl, Bos 
M. Ilartdmm, OMario. 
"Bqn^ apportanlty em - 
ptoyar*. 



81-PrivatohstrMHN 



vATCHf Ti4rU«, march- 
lag aad Mr^taf. SmaU 
<daM*s and irtnto tos- 
aoitt. Far m^totonna- 
ttOB. eaU 49i.#Q9 after 
3:S). 



SftSi 



OAarHtoi 



f ED A etomauaity minded 
agMlm for yo«r etvto 
gqNp? CaU 480-W7I b*- 
tanen a.m. and U noon. 
Moadaf throogft Friday. 



1%e Tidewater Correspm- 
(tonee BUde School wUl 
sod a Free Bible Comve 
to aU wlb write to tor flwm. 
We have five courses anU- 
al^e, one for cbUdren, 9- 12 
OB* for teens; and an easy 
and advanced course for 
adnlte. Write to: Tide - 
wtter Correspondence 
Bibto School, P.O. Box 1247 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320. 

OmfT PAY for ft. Get ft 
ive at the Headqnartera 
OMapeake Pridto Li- 
tattp original paMtags by 
loeai artisto. Hrilywood 
movies, and scidptore to 
decorate yoar hoan. Wa 
also haveloadaoftraato- 
formattoo to decorate yoor , 




91iO.W WilKLY stofOw 
WMOM Qtt«tlm*pos- 
«a*. EvntneaMMcas- 
^.J^to,. 11.00 ami 
«tiiW«i,^#Mmda«v*l- 

f. 90n^faiwortt Rd., 
Kaaaaaatr.KliOlOi. 



VOnCAtaOHltoapart 
liM Ian tno.00 par 




wlf^ _.. 

1» : TBRRf LARD 

TiRran% f. 0. am 

SM. lohart. todton dSStt. 



Airaitald • dnt shed- 
OMvtoa JMHshUood - 
Una-«4-#09. 

KXXKXh - rare, htoei 
lAaadard, 9 weekaiddtAKC 
Raf later ad, shots/ 
womad/el lnp*d. ^00 
aach. CaU 99?«l<wi 



CAR yARTfiffW. 
S-spaad aMhaaaOe trans- 



A PAST ^ACTION 



tmnaUU. mjMtfaaM amJ 
hOMriMHlai p*nKm. PW 
ttea, 14 p.«. fivt days - 
araaUy. Maat be rmoB- 
atoteperioB. <^U S47-5m 



S-: 



FREEv Broken pieoea of 



bulkheading or land fiU. 
S40-2961.«__ 



KfTTBB - Very ^^ty. 
Grm ft-tofi ar^ ^ . 



Try this one for size 




Jbhlmd Model 

1,989 SMAU FIST OP LfVMG 

nraabadreeaas, twotaU 

wal Aatograaaa, eat- 
to Utohaa ami CmO^ room. 
fHCiDFIOtfl^^ j^g 

8TMIDARD nSATUReS 



TRW mmm* ruilt by 

TOnWATif WnLOERS, Me. 

VA - OMVERTKNI AL - FHA FOAHCIIW 



PEKDfESMIAU, btand* 
<«tiiiblaAatoak.yarytoi« 
halr.REWAia}.BMIa8to- 
UaiRd.Orai«Bci4iB,LoBt 
ftitutfay mgH «8-140i, 

LARGE msk And ««tto 

' browamatodagmludbrsd 

CoUto hu dnte ^km * 

flaa eolte^^ tun 

Am. ^^ 

- '' 

LOST eat-toato, black 9. 

Kt (did-wUto flaa eal- 
lost toRoMoiaMrt* 
CaU 9S5-Sm aft«> « pn 
547-1085. 



C06IBT1CS* - aMafsfaair 
Flaid Amfly owned eun- 
puar to aniui^ to Va.~ 
PMU Cta^trntoe. Part- 
tlm* oOMtilwto noartod 
-PonAito to aan 9100-i 
I ITS. .pMitotoaton satoa.* 
SiBd.ninto. adOrats, ami, 
tdnhone waiiar to: Roc - 
mf. ^0^,^MipHk*j 

um. "Small toeaatoieM 



aidaa, ala. Alter 9 pm 
CNdtatotoaaOitaXstore 
area. 4i9'9ff8. 

RinUKM mTI: ALL 
MAKRl toeWia: Bto* 
b«to vlil maiiMaas * 
toB apctaga, afcest *f 
dnttn. bariMwUkayr- 
ror Md right stoai |800 
or baat oitor.ALLiUlE 
Of BZCSLLEHT CCMDl- 
TiOlfl CaU 489-0715 after 

laOKi Room Solto -^ Gas 



aft. • p.m., S48-171 



%. 



caU 




mSL 



BUICK LTD. 1979, Ught/ 
Wne wito wbito laatai W 
.idr-caadittanad. aUpov*^ 
tut-iriwai, endiM eoaiNd. 
Caaaatto datOt, Uka ia«. 
Origtaal owttMT. ^,9^. 
CaU 943-^74 after 5 p.m 



lldUJIm*, GaU 4W.1974 

A«yttB(^^.--._ 

CiSD CARSTOIG ELEC- 
TUCAI. imtlm WMt. 
CaU 499-(»f? - 9:10 to 5 

P.». - 

EldaiaOiaEr MOW. Take 
wdan tor Liaa ^mnirj. 
CdltoriMtoeatatesoa 
toUf^900-0ll-S|. 



Mrrwoo^- '(^UK - tfaa, 

dtiterad. stackad m 

Ntt!tO?lA^9M^n!i 

NMALi. taersdible Pop- 
eon .toadlB*. Pep daUr 
eton Dra-paekaged eon 
to I V^ atltodaa. Good 



1975 - DASHER - 19,000 
mtlas. UkanaWf antoRmyc 
toetory idr. 2 door ooqm, 
red wtth wUto 
aaerifie* at t8,i 
488-809S. 



I totoitor, 
1,900. CaU 



lAmi tt hoB*. Part/Fril 
ttow. ltt|Mi|Moa^iBak- 
to| (Ivortnftf. Mo npir- 
tee* TC^aina. (kom- 
1910. 



11 



CARItortvoaadpoastoly 
• aldote ladtoa to an. 

HJ4?4i«r. 



tm,rt ARTiQtIt SBOJ^ 
Cpea Mlf. 8804 R^ ».,' 
ParMMn. AU typaa of 
Miti|i a a , eat gtoM, ditoa. 
tonitan. Baakantrtoud 
aA Motor Chaife. CaU 
811-1087. 



IMii 



DODGE - 1995 - 5 to* 
VAN BODY. IB0IB A-1, 
low Bltoaf*. poo: 988- 

TOlra. 



CiUfARO - lf?« Auto • 
wdie, lidocy-alr. AM- 
PH atera*. 9 aev RaUy* 
ftimiM, entftoat oon- 
dltlia. 18180 or beat of- 
fer. #9-9894. 

tmCX. - 1999 RH^a: 
%Mtel totoraft carjldl 
power, good Ut faitottag. 
^or haat effnr. m- 
Ittttaitor 4:00 p.m. 



D0D6E - Max! Van. 1»71. 
tarda t^. M^ toMhtod, 
roof a^ fi iapiT ^- ' 
cenMtoB*,^ artsBMtte 
traawilaatoa, poww Ma- 
wtog mi hrakaa. 9I,OC0. 
#4-ll«. 



1973 Hornet. 3 dr. hat^ 
baflt. 8 





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aomtt 





m r^ 1^ aAl. Sate 

ntsaoBAM. 



W^^^f^ 



a«M, daya H?*^!. Mw 



aO^DA <aJM. ^mM- 

agt^ MS^MM^Aftiri 
p.m. 480^IU. 



lABrafTBIi} - My JMM. ' 
Maar Km add Warte^^ 
■ar. #9-7gf; 

bABlWll'MU - mil caap 
OM pn Bc to toi If* tMU 
to ny hooA. Ixpartaacad 
wd rdWiit. Farmar 
•ehoia toaehar. ^-4870. 

BOpKKBEPOIG/ GaMnl 
OOtoa work tor MMUbn- 

lyymrtao -'^arttims. 

moo hoar toM«toB* 
iMiatoass 8nw. BtetftoBt 
- tor hone inMrsjMfcpnH 
ar:. ' age rhtldren. Witta 
Atoddto Ckiiiv. InlA Broad 
Straat, FtorwM, New Jar- 

BABT8TTER: WVl keep 
eiUdrM to V«t toKay- 

^wBU^Ww» ^BW^wtP^^* 

CHILO CARI»to nr 
*» •a«MrtaHNP< 

uSSa.dipaadhbto,wni^ 



AIR OOMl]i11)RIR«.U.000{ 
NV, iriadowaM.pald9#0. 
surifioa at fSVi #7*8896- 

FRiaig ri > 19 ea. ft. Frost 
Free, vrldd, e ac aUe a t ' 
tf^Hmm, 9i«Ul6#9-8888. 






iiy secQ 

casual 

16. PridaGiinainjiii ^i': 

to 91 SO. Featoring name 

brands such as: Llyy An 

R A K, Hike Binet. <> 

Also featuring 

winter Bridal 

IS, 1190., a 

Htt* Stoat Evei.. 

(lie U, .#0.00. Casboiiiy. 

120 BAlTtEFIELD Blvd. 

S., biesldt ^uUon Depc/ 

torn of the Brtdg*. 



^ffm 



iWadTainr 



CASH IN I HOUR 

Furniture, sUvor, dto- .«> 
moods, glass «htoa. lamps, 

tools, aw bcuaaholditoma. '->; 

Also Intorested toboytog > 

entire estates. Day or night r 

461-3834. : 



SPEND AN AFTERNOON <: 
making moneyl Advertise « 
yoar garage aato wito a tow ; 
cost Want Ad, tiaU 947-#7l • 

■ " ' — p. I 

CAS8 i» W^ UV l^tou < 
lor imed tonltur*OT awr- 
Bd^ of ntoe. GclodiiU 
atolte M home. Day mr * 
M»t> 497-I829. 7 

tANT to boy oM banjo, 
llddto, BuntoUn, guitor, 
any coodlUon, 493-4590. 



31-Cotosaad 



SBttiBaa' 



irORVIEW RARE COOTS •; 
Morfott's most coa|aete, 
toqr. sMI, tnuto. jpqrii« 
diver cdas. 42 Sditoera 
Shon^ Cmter, NOrfoUc. 
i58-9U8. .^ . 



88-41ont' 



turn 

mSm 



tolat 



im 4 iamtfeld Blvd. 

K^ados. 
#2-11"' 



•m 



LMmudCnMea 



FRUIT TRE&i: Nitf trees, 
bwif ^bIs. gntoe trtoM. 
}ff^i ft^Mm ppi^< Bsteri- 
al - ofjeridly VirgCnto's 
torito^ «romrs. FREE 
eopy #-pg. plaa^ guide 
o^qg to «4or. on re-> 
qaaat Wayaesbwo Nar - 
ratios, toe^ - W^rnesboro, 
VlAi 18990. 

^oSSSaRaa tor Sato 



CaSTLE - 1979, 1&«5' 
8 battom.. |890. and aaamdl 
loan a 1114.94 mo.. 4^- 
#01. • ■■" ' -■ . • 



par 



m 



ROW ran REMT: to 

ento rastdnMtovorttr ,i 
^parin.' GnM J^id||& 
ana. Ctf aftor 9 p.m. 
94f«m7. 
eUlMRTS 



■aiMMi 

• VACAMI^B 

1. 2, 3. A 4 badnito. AU 

mraaa. aU prioea. Open 
v9 am toOpffl, 741^ a 

iMak.CaUMiw. 

RBmi <89-10W toaj 

B^MnmcAi. 

I Bajtooom. FgUy «9dp- 
pad kttehn. A9«Il||nald. 
PnHahad. KldsOK.^. 

(7881) 

9^1010 'iW 




1 Bedroom. Maar acteoia. 
Figl^feea. m^ftno) 
RRMTXX 989-101« trt 



1 



mESSSL 



Grihd (^i&njng 
Oct 1 

H^u$9ofQf&Mbrt0r^\ 
Fl0W9n4Qlft» *^ 

Pf*4i riawan M^ - BaHy AoMloui Gifte 

Canby Ovtalaa If airi« 
Vuto^ Ftovw Arnagam*^ 

mo (t IBlilafy Bigh w ay.BUB B afta a a RagneyeHdamolrito 
Uttli4ii% 

4aO-MO0 



mBSm 



WOK AT WME toapara 
time. PosalbtonmdagtoC 
9880 a - 



Sndllkvtai 



^0 Witttt atafitag m- 
vataptt 0m^B» poi- 
aOto. JBjMWnn tt- 
itcauuy. y^i^tff. VJO 
aid ttoiw^j iM*aMrii- 
aad M^M IP X£JMtt 

|M..lHHaCtty.l80M9 



"iwiwonaDn WAM^ 

ED ni TRM ARIA: maa. 
No ai- 



tor 



A M HIiCAH IMl fff 

P.O. Bolt 790 

Palm Haitar. FL.8809S 



MICHAMIC-Ligtt CO* 
straettoa *qalpm«' 
sfl aogtoas-lidnidloa. 
Ltoaral amvaar taMttto 
bfff ifl tollBiiltfff. lito aad 
dtoaWUIp IMHUM paid. 
Fnid vae^ttoB tad aroflt 




si'.sewise: 



sshi. 



REtP 



EaB8 Mf A4draaaad 1^ 
vakpa to B. L. th m ton , 
P.O. Btt Olltt • Cton- 
laad.08 44109. 



8M Aeraa - Midtt^ Co., m 



AUCTION 



UMa.m. 

__^ MMMFaad 

MT^^^na on toWNdJidiel&M*^ 
MAe. Cn^iM, ' ^^ 
800 A«. ^Bhar. V Aa. Mailii Mifts"^iriiariMn 
la40Md ■tHMW o«n toe nai MMe *b«^ t> 
• Rtoa i^ * ^TIm Mte 01 Rt. 17, wWi toog road 

Awaa, 10 Ac Cr^ud, rMhaltoag 

M-. iM Mteton Bvaai Btomd 




TV a., im, 

letoasd, va 



.1 



AM. AU areas. Somt 



paid. 



S^J-IOTft. 



1010 tet 



;.„ KtOs, Pels OK. 
flir Can today, f22! 

)0)0 foe 



3 JBMnua, fiupat, draMs, 

Hnfiiice, utra bath. Ki(fe 

wfleona. Garave. $37S. 

CffiSS) 

MlfTU m-1010 fM 



M.fTimVa.BaMfc 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 

for 
People planning Homes 
k Cufton Mlden 
SALES OFFICE. . . 
m ProT^nce W, 

CaH 464-9317 



KDIGS GRANT-eSZMfeam 
Place. Viriiaia BMch, 
nut. Air coodltlcmd, 2 
■tory, 4 bedroom, 2 1/2 
bath, Sale |S2,000, or will 
not $375.00. Apply inper- 

.^^^^^^^ 

FINUilBD OFFICE IXJlfS 
Cedar Rd. 4 A&«mrle 
Or. 7 flnlabed ofHce attes 
l/>aer«iMii. Watw.aew- 
er, cut 4 gutter iaeladad. 
AiluH HeCabe k Lestw. 



ABmeRi: EKellarteon 
mm, A^bdrm., 2 bath, 
Cvt CoS. Central air, 
aw iMtatt ffCNiHae and 
Stoni m«nrs. Mde. 
aM«y lAras. 543^SMM. 




to MHdr$d Ricardo 

<S Ricardo Realty 

for an error 
regarding the cost 

of seHmga home 
wt^ch was 

n^stakenly indudee 

in their ad copy 
of two weeks agr^. 

Chesapeake Post 

& 
Virginia Beach Sun 



^. 



SALI 

m 

SAL£S 



OlO 



UST 
VEB 1160,0001!! 




Betty, a lUelong reaident 
of Cbesapeake, hai beta a 
REALTOR for 9 year*. 
te baa been very 
aaecaasftd aa ovr Prloee- 
tw Halla new aHbdiviakMi 
maaapr, tealsriaf aU 
brick braes Ml,MO and 
op. Many are sold, only a 
few left 

Mrs. OM iovite aUJm 
owny Mends and ^Mi 
to eall or Tisit ^M anr 
ofQ«e tor any or dtt HHir 
real estat« oeedi end *• 
sires. 



W« cov«r 

351 Johastova Bd. 
Ctetapeake 

-laUMbeart 
(4 Great Biidfe" 




NUMBER FOB ARMt RETIR 

-w provld. 
.:«« iiQtUuiiS fui' Aiiny K^irees who have questions av 
ijroblems pertaloing to tbeir pay. Tbe nu 
'428-3290 and tbe hours of operation ; 
to 4.00 p.m., Eastern Standard Time J 
to 2:00 p.m., M«tntal9 Standard T^ 
Friday. Calls received at other ti^ 
automatically and a return call 

two days. Tbe new line Is designed ., _._ 

Retirees to call at no expens^ and, hopefully, to pro- 
vide them with better service from tbe Army Finance 
Center, IndiaoapoHs, Indiana 




Maureen's 
School of Dance 



BUM-to-MitAattes-toe dasaes kx girts, boys & 
la^toh» nw Wdit ragistratiott for S^t«»ber dasses. 
CaU Mtween Hamh «4-60^. 



2 RalMti - 3 mortha, 1 
nUUaiic, "Sn^gle Wmsf"- 
tovM pa^ I lAttt ramt 
v^ nramifnl nliic eyw. 
Fm aa a pMr^tbe right 
ftame. ^9i t^M bate cage 
irttth bnteh jpraqptred la ad- 
faee. 340-2^-eall after 
S 1^ ri^. 



PUePETSHOW 

Enfrtmlnmmit 

for 

CMMrMt'ePartiM 

484-1660 



liADAME AlfCEUinA 

Pain Reader and Adviaia- 
(m aU problMBs of Ufe. 
SKh as marriage, Inve, 
past, praaeat aad ftiHM, 
att qneptidac wnrweS. 

Ho Afpdalineat Neeeaaarr 
4il-«7SS. 




I 

PWtttLE 
ll^tit kMih ddaa ertlaat 

....^in 

Ma^ tMa wflmt.,^....» 
tan dMlra (m 




BRADY 
& 

"» Associates, Inc. 



REALTOR" 



CiWlan ». T i ii i w ttitiiylat. Thtalova^M 
fiAfea S hairooait, I ^baiha,lbaa]rnNNB«UI 
ira^. Hitn «t-lB kitebaa, sewing mm awl 

ggrtSn/ggreinr? *"*" """^ "^ ^ 
>eaM9H9 in'MscqNii yan. 



Tka Raaiinn brta* are , 

ft IwraiMitatal 
iftoalMAel 



preHasiSlnBaU ia raal aatatt 
' enia of eMdes Maaaahiw 




waica nd yallow, broapa 

k iteafr ea a) 

lMltt«abi^....^e«te 

rlaaill^..;..410O 

(iaod«eaiW«) 

Cbeat * DrtMer (ao atr- 

rar), Nadboa id. |M 

{mitA gaed MadltlM) 
Sat el bottads, ftamas. 

^rlag boatda $10 

Ao BattraHCS) 

IMta Sawtag 

(good voridag order, in 

mdnat)....T^S 

BroOv port^e aeviag 

aueUaa teeda eleaalag 

good condittaa) .|45 

Artificial Red Bride Fira- 

plaM w/logs ^ 

(&ve on yoar fM bills) 
WaAer i Dr«w — 

WWrlpool 4tt. 

(Vaahar needs vatw punp 
M, bat good eoodltioo) 

117 Kiags Anas Ih-. 
Va.Bea^ 

CnU HJ-aWS tftar tB.m. 



.Pr9t9Gt four ln¥tmmHS99&M of thuiB fttfUng ana Raat^r^ 




Taylor Brothers 
Re^ Co. 

31MTYRrr«CKKMO 
KMTSMOimt, VIKiNIA 



484-4542 




iRADY & 

AMOClatos, Inc. 

Realtors 

3M7-A Tyre ^A Rd. 
Qnee:ilM-»|W 

MARTKAISlraADY 
Res: 4M-mi 

CHORCSLAMSD 
AGERTS FOR: 



CHARLK 



I.WC. ^ 




SASSER 



RtiltyCa 
STOOCMi^ilandBlvd 



DON POPE 
REALTY 
fiaattors 

aalasfae 
only& 

Uat year iMne Bo«. 
^ek iHitfassioaal 
senrice 

490-1600 

Ttaglata Beach 
"— *— •^Oae. 



MalttHOOaweilitogciliirT 




PA1B 

ut4rt04r 



ft»xi a io aa 3^a<dw §Bt 2^glh 
ionc^<i^2pwoa jjcongwga 



MeiaiasnoOM 

14'.4*»1?.0f 



■r^>c«»l<OB 



nverAooO 

wMtlndilo 

LaltlDDKnyDrJ' 

ORMMoryHlgrwoir 

ftaromonrftxxJAt' 





it-Vtur-r 



itaand 



SMmxAM today. 





Tbe Vli0nia Bea^ Fan- 
Uy niCA ntUbeginciiBiMi- 
Mty ragtstntite Ih- all FaU 
Prognms starttag Septem- 
ber 12. All ^tjgrams are 
open to tte pidrfic. Contact 
tbe YMCA.at «t-|3U for 
regirtratisn ^rf^itttian. 



Loans 

NOTE Md AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 



LOCALLY 
OWMED 

482-3381 ^ 

S« BATTLEFIELD BI.VI) 

wminN 



ADVERTISEMENT 
F(m BIDS 



SUte ProJW 123-M 

The Sctool Board at the City (d VirginU B«icb, (Hrner 

S^ed Wds t9t the eoKtructloa inclv^ site impr^we- 
MMs fw tattWn Lakes EtaK^ary S^^ tar tte g(Ao(d 
Board of flM CHy of Virginia Beach, Virgil, will be 
received tf H. S. Mi^nathy, Assistant &if»rMmmt 
of Sehoids at the Board Room of the School iUtaUdstra- 
ttoa ftdlMag, Prineeaa Anne SfatiMi, Vlr^nia^^eb, 
Virgil wdil 7:60 p.n, o'clock Local PrevaiUi« Time 
on 18 October ivn, and then at said (rfflce pirfiliely 
opeMd and read akod. 

THo nmroWxrc fer withdrawal of Uds ^lall be according 
to Chapter 4, Seetioo 11-20.2 (1) of the Code of Virginia. 

The Gemnl Contract is to be awarded on a lump sub 
basis and Inclodea all work as defined in the Contract 
Docomants. 

Dravtap and ^ecificatieBs may be seen at the Dodge 
Plan Room, Nortolk, Virgiida, the BuUdera aad Coatrac- 
tm Exchange, Nwfdk, Virgiida, the Dodge Plan ^wm, 
Hii^ond, Virgiida, and the Boilders Eiehai«e ttf Ricb- 
noad, toe., Richmond. Virgil, and at tbe office of the 
Architect, Waller and Todd, Architects, Inc., 1768 Las- 
Un Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454, telephone (804) 

Sets of Drawings and ^lecifications may be oUained at 
^ offiw of tiK Architect upon abdication accorapmied 

5' a dqMt ol 1100.00 per set. Upon re<»ipt ot the eom- 
ete a^ of dnwlnp and specifications, wlttdn ten days 
afttf tbe bid ofMniag date, deposits wlU be refunded in 
fbll to Coatractors who snbmit bi<te, and ^O.OOto others. 
Failwe to return the complete sets within 10 days will 
cd^tute forfeiture of the dqiosit. 



A. GUY HALL, ^.- 

Degree in piaM, oigun .nid 
toutic educati<Mi. Is act fpt- 
lag a Ufhited number of stu- 
dents Call 545-0915. fitMftj 
I p.m. to 1 p,«. 



Sept. It. '4177, 1 
will Ko longer be rtaaen- 

■e 



slMe far dcMt otNtr 
te iMotraetad by 
ily. 



f RWERT H. PUJTTS, Jr. 



mi Security: A bidder's boad or certified check will 
be required in the amooat of not less than five per cent 
of tbe Bue Bid. Tbe bid bond shall be etecuted cm ALA 
Doenoeat AJIO, or ia tbe same form, and for a period 
of not las than SO days after the bid openii« date. Bond 
or cbedt shall be payaide to the School Board d the City 
of Virginia Beach. 

The Owner reserves the ri^ to waive informaUties and 
to reject any or all bids. 

Bidter's attoiticn is Invited to the requirements of TiUe 

54, Chapter 7, of the Code of Virginia pertaining to re- 

t^ration. 

The School Board of the City of Virginia Beach. 



^Elanei Dream Workihop 

Dreams-Understood are 
guides to fuiflliment 

Beginners-Afternoon 

l-Session - 13.00 
4 - Sessions - $10.00 
Telcainae ^-0M« 
11:00- 12:30 p.m. 

Sman groups for indivi '•lal attention. 

nMea-Narictt Tn 



)A1LY 2 PM 'T 
tiful Brick Ran 



OPE« DAILY 2 Pll 'TIL 6PM 
Beautiful Brick Ranch 



kings: 



HOMES 



PRICES BEGIN AT 332,800 
Optional: Garage, Fireplace, Central air. No Down 
Payment to Veterans. Only |200 total cash re- 
quired of Veteran Purchasers 

Located (rff, Deep Crert Blvd. 

1/3 mile north of Military Hwy 

AIOTY OHtgTRaCTIWI A REALTY CO. 387-0748 



■■pv 



COLLEGE PARK 




NEW 3-BEDROOM 
REAL HOMES 

•39,950 

Over 1,400 Sq. Ft. of living space 
Your own land on 4 sides 
Carpeting, air-conditioning, & 
appliances included in price 
Private Bath & Tennis Club 
See furnisheH ninHoijt 

IPSWICH TOWNVILLAS 

COLLEGE PARK 

VirginU Beach/Chesapeake, Va. 

Take 1-64 to Indian River Rd. Interchange, go west 
1 mUe to College Park entrance at Providrace Rd. 
A follow signs. Carols Grittn, Sales Manager 

424-9679 

Nights 424-4312 



WANTED 

Minority Subcontractors 

We need bids from minority 

subcontractors in IMD. 
J DEL., and VA. arsas. 



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HOME 
SERVICES 







tomMMIVMMl 

NmCte 

Niwrr ^22-^0 

VAMKH VA. 




nnWSTRIALA 
COMSTOUCTKM 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 



W. B. VenaUes A Soaa. 
General Coatnetora 
P^Oi Ba US 
Laurel, Del. 19956 

PHONE: 



Inc. 



i 



Aroi/ Cods 302-875-2231 



JiWiSfi 



swa 



SS5?^" 



^m COMPRESSORS 
.AND AIR 
TOOLS 




r 



4333BalnbrtdoeBlvdL 



MttMAH DEAN: WSR. 



.Air Coaqnvasors 
.S)paM Heatera 
.ChabiSawa 
.WeUen 
.ForkHfts 
Craaes 
.Pamps 



HOME 'bfPROVEMENT - 
CarpeMry, roofing, siding, 
room additions, storm win- 
(tows and doors, plaster- 
ing, electric, ccmcrete 
wozt, plumbtaig, guttering, 
remodeUng kitchens and 
bathrotmis, brick and block 
work, alttfflifflm siding, 
firq>laces, carpeting and 
paintine. Serving all Tide- 
wnter. 622-4519 




BLACK 
BROTHERS 



BidMers 

Bone Impnnrements 
CoiAractiaii 
QarafeMUera 
IteomAddittoas 
^41^imBmS^ 
Boeis - Cai^n^ 
Kitehw ReBMdeling 



545-7318 



ms^ fi. BiM^ 1^. 
NOOtatAnMe 
Cbeevette, Va. 



RM. BLACK 



TIDEWATER WINDOW 
CLEANERS. Commercial 

and residential — 22 



years of eqaerieaee. 543- 
2742. 



ALL TYPES remodeling, 
{dumbing, electrical, ma- 
sonary, no job too small. 
Call 587-1301 anytime, day 
or night. 



GARAGES AND AOOTKHfS 
Kitchens, rerao(toUng and 
home repairs, GeneralBuUd- 
ing aad Rqiairs, 399-2219 



AMTTan 



m-7m 
BfiiaRa 



S. A. Nuckles 
Ceramic A floor tile. Old 
A new work. BathrooBis, 
kitchens and porches. 
FREE estimates. CaU 435- 
3337. 



LOT CLEARING, Grai&ng, 
Demolition, Acreage 
dearlag. Small or Birge 
ipba. By the boar gt Ma. 
FREE esUmate - caU S47- 



CAU^LBAM PADiTm: 
artMl«>, acoustic 
Mna aSOm. FREE es- 



CONCRETE mXiK 

DrivvMyt, piMea, ^Uk- 
njn, U yeu»«awteaee, 
lup A j aM ^^^. l^raa 

fie. 



ELECHRKAL WORK: all 
t^M. Santee ttaagf^ - 

beat. Call MBCE's Elec^ 
Me Co, ^1119 or 
ttl^MiO. 



Jotul 




THE CLASSIC.For ever 
S yean. J0TUL (Yotnl) 
No. 116 baa set standard 
by wUeb all other box 
stoves are measured. 

Many imitatiaaa and mo- 
difieattoaa Uter-No. 113 
atill can't be improved qn 
on. Wood bans from front 
to back Ifte a cigar.... 
burns loager...large arena 
can be heated etOcieatly. 
Tndiitaaal Norwegian 
Bu-reUef deaip. Saad 91 
Inr Woodbaraer'a Re- 
aawce Guide to Jftul 
wand ibeatan, ftr^laMa, 
coal heatws aad eoDld- 
flres. 




RrtptaM Shop 

1825-A N. ARMI8TEAD AVE. 
HAMPTON, VA. 



Qm bletit Off Mercury be- 

biadiatS. 

Coaaplelr^ line of wood 

atovea, aad fireplaces. . 

Salea aad lastallatiaa. 



SIM791 



$10,000 PER TEAR 

PART TIME!!! 
140.000 PER TEAR 
FULL TIME 
POTENTIAL 11! 

BORDEN 

Krjioo Awaaol Paint 
A Elmendae 
DISTRinm«SHIP 

Kryloa meets all cumat 
g of t r a meat staadarda fl^, 
awoaol paiats, and ia the 
oaly aeroavl paiat backed 
by Good Heaseke^iag Seal 
of Af^foval.;^o selltag or 
Mqperteace aecessary, yoa 
will restock beautum dto 
Idays with the country's 
fnstest selling unttoaally 
advertised household 
spray paints ia high truffle 
compnay estsbli^ed ac 
eoonts that will be taraed 
over to you la year area 

$5,000,000.00 

will be apeat aaaaally oa 
TV, Good Hoaseke^iag 
Magaaiae, etc., to^omota 
the Bordea iwoitact 
These great prodaeta viU 
be sallied to you by a 
tt year old, 115,000,000.00 
per year coaapuy, who is 
one ot the nntlaa's largMt 
•atbariaed BMdr 
aaMrs. Ayf i i c a a ta mastbi 
reap— aMi. Ala ta 
dedsieas aad be 
e( BMklag a alalai 
laveataMBt e( 94,1 
100% Merdmadiae bay 
bade. 

Call Mr. Sawyer 
Toll Free 
l-000-m-772S eat. A-Mt 
Amyttaw Day or Ni^L 



No 



^.OOOlVBTtAl 

pjuiTniiu 

940^000 »t TBiOt 
FULL TDB POramAU! 

TOYWOfUl 

DcnuBUTonnp MAtrsL. 
PAnGBt (y«M, nvn PtTCE 

ariliur or eroerieace aaeapary, you will re^ova 
tf^tativ «» M^Mteya Iha^t mIMs 
arilNM^ adv«tiaai to^ kl^ii tralll£ eo^paaj 

«JK Tito mm t» bel^^iwde av^llnWe mM^ 
NallumI MM^hg ^^eefc and tonotttw^srl 
(111 111 11; afllilal adw i llm ji ■iii if » i iiii ii a i anlii a w il i" 
i^^kaaU MMIte M^tpHeTaUe to m^ i 
Ml be capiMt 9t iMJi miirimim cad 
0WM • MtHniBirlaiillfii buy back. 



tm Mr. ^^^ Fr«*ny time. l-NO-e^-' 
Est. Alll. ^ri^r eiIMa^^«i. 



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r< \ChiatM-Am*rteu 
HMtumt 

Avthtatle Chiotse-Aintrtcta Food 
Strvlm LnUcfce s-Dtowrs-Tito Out Stnfiet 

Pnnc»a s Aom ltd. LUNCHEON SPECIALS 



Next to Big gar 
Ctuulcdoa Or. 



OpMDiUyU to 10:30 p.m. 
Siariftys II to 10 p.m. 

499-5770 

COCKTAILS • WINES • BEER j 



351 Kempsville Plua Skopfiing Ctr. 
Priaccss AueR^ A^ Parliament Dr. 
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By BARRIE YOUNG 

In the greater Tide - 
water dlnioi area tlwre are 
perhaps a Baker's Dosen 
a Cbinesft food astabUsb- 
ments, at tf 1 kMs. Tlwjr run 
the gamut from barely Chin- 
ese, mostly Aaericaa toau- 
ttaHUcanMndttiCBal CUn- 
ase restaoriats. 

Our idaee of hooor this 
in KempsTille Plaia 
to the Moon Palace. 
Hood Palaoe ratas hifh by 
aay staadiaNls— Cktaese or 
Aneriean. But the Lee 
faaUly at Itpoa Palace ooo- 
sistntfy aili thamaaJms a 
goal of s«|ait Caatonese 
cooidaK. Aiiltheyaehftveit. 

Thi« fu«i||y i^Bstaonatot- 
ters a mfadlMRB of 22 house 
^pedals fdfe dlBBor. But you 
Ctt get BsC^y aay anihentic 
Chinese dish either fay ask- 
iag, or ptaalBf ahead (499- 
5770} lor specials, or take 
out orders;. 

We sampled, to the point 
or gorginc, the Caalnese 
food being frepired far the 
family. 9ef to w was the 
<^iniiiag ^itsM efttje own- 
ers ud all (nplk9es siWoK 
down after hoiirs, vaitttg ob 
and sen^ eadi other. It 
mkes fa a ftamrt and 
coopentive, veil iafonned 
sta^ - aad is partlcolarly 
useful in tniniag folks new 
to the customs and foods. 

When eatiBg Chtanafbod, 
it is mosl. ap|»tij^iate to 
use dnpsticks. Thehnstess- 
cs will be most |^ to help 
you tears. 

ne testess, llrs.^eaa 
Lee ~ a fimanr tMtmuaat 
owner la ftriOtt-Mtt be 
most pleased t9 be^t you 
select jQr.|tliaiqhi«.«ii»r. 



Also worthyof mention j 
the exotic JPolyneslan and 
mixed drinks. On weekdays 
Moon Palace offers a wide 
selection of luncheon spec- 
ials, stattiag from $1.50. 

While located in Kemps- 
TiUe Plaxa w Princess Anne 
Road (between Newtown Rd. 
and Wttehdvck Rd. ) You 
should' be advised that Uoon 
Palace is jxA easily visible 
from all directions. 

The streel^address is 351 
Kempsville Plasa, and our 
advice is to approach Moeo 
Palace by coming in the main 
entrance off Princess Anoe 
Road to Kempsville Plaza, 
heading towaiid Big Star, and 
thealonrrtgBl (west toward 
Norfolk). There are the end 
of the Plaza^s main gnwp 
of bosinesses is Moon Pal- 
ace. 




It always fee^is to have % Chlaeae ekaf 
prepare year Chtoasa fbod. At the Mooa 
JPalaee kltehao we fomid owner Lee, Tick 
Chiag; Lee, David; aad Lee, Sui Hm«. 
AH three are arlgtoaUy from Beat Ko^(. 





Ali(» Lee nms a fliaal cheek prior to open- 
jblK-SMaad hasbaml Ue, ViekChlaifCMa- 
ese nmi eftaa ^t% last aaae first) have 
ncMHi cp«Md Moea Palaea, oae of toe 

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Comfortabte^trnqsphere 
Friendly Service Reasonable Prices^ 
Lmcheon Speciafs Ampte^Parking 

HsBiay Mj^ (sjPI^Reiinced Bever^ Prieta 
IftNtsJl am ^ 2 an DAILT (Snacks) 

SiaMrs Served 

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Dhe in rustic leisure and canctte:lic^t 
afttiosii^reth^; Will put you m just the 
.right mood for a great evening. - 

AtUnUg Rooms 4k Cocktail Loun^ 

ENTERTAIRMSrr A SDPOB SERVICE 
SPECIAL mm FOR jmOOR GQifl'S 

Prime &Wkie $l|95 

Sunday & Monday w 



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Sundays Nooa HatU 12HM A-H- 

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For Yow EateftaiamMt "Prank A Cftarlot 




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ShopiMagCtr. 

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Introductory Special (t 
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caoKEor owEp m prasM 

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^flirlmpwitlit^^iM-itott^ Mr Mask 

if Mae-Goe Gsl Paa •MiM«Dlta« Beef 

Sbfftep with Green Peas CHekato Ciav MeiB 

*Uac-PoBaef Aloha OMgipad SMaia 
Sweat A Soar Pork Steak . 

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Daily kunch Spedai 1 1:3Q-2:$0 







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Dockside P^caJffi House 

ovetiookingl^le Creek YacHt Basin 

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ovenmproving 



The National Home 
Improvement Council 
warns homeowners who 
are thinking about making 
improvements to their 
homes, to beware of 
overimprovtag a house for 
its neighborhood. 

Don't, for example, 
pour $75,fl(Mleint« a house 
in a neighborhood of 
SSO.OW) bouses, unless 
you truly Ipvc your home 
and hope to slay in it a 
4ong time, and don't care 
ab(HM geltii^ your money 
back. 



No matter what ific im- 
provement or modcr- 
ni/aifon, it wiji add top- 
dollar value only whefi it is 
appropriate ibr the house. 

A SIS.OM kitchen is 
clearly inappropriate for a 

$25,OCX) home, just 

Roman bath for a Cajw 
Cpd cottage or an Englis' 
Tudor wind for a Mic 

western ranch. 

Remodeling obviously 
should conform in price 
and style to the house. 



Beware also of sjxjnding 
rhoney on improvements 
just to increase the resale 

value of yniir hrni'.i Thk 

seldom pa 

' Cleaning carpets is ea^y 
'vith some of tW new con- 

■nicncc products oYi (he 
grocery shelves 

Tnr hraw, once or 
r cleaning, 

.\-i, .<i* .J number of 
nachincs you can rent in 
stores thai shampoo or 
"sicam clean" rugs. 

They're easy to use and 



toreless hot water 
use can be avoided 



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10 a.m.- 6 nm, Mon -Fri. & 
Telephcffi^For InfiMTOaU 
ALL TKiiMi^ M^^ 




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You wan waste 'a lot ol 
energy and money by 
careless use of hot water in 
your home. 



When you replace your 
gas hot water beater or 
appliances using hot 
water, be .sure to inr 
vcsti^te energy savings 
features which manufac- 
turers areindudtng in new 



products. 

BiiJ using your applian- 
ces and liot water wisely 
can also save. 

I. f Reset the thermostat 
on your hot water heater 
to the warm .setting, or 
about 120 degrees. 

2.) Iristtll a sp^ial In- 
sulation lackei^round the 
outs ur water 

heaici (kiis arc available 
al many stores).' ' 



Lawn upkeep vital 



A S4irvcy of real estate 
pctJple reveals that an at- 
tractive lawji ;jml plan- 
lings not only iKtd to the 
resale value of a house, 
but will significantly in- 
crease the speed with 



which the house is sold , 

A well-kept lawn, they 
figured, would add an 
average of more than 
$1,400 to the resale value 
of a $45,000 to $50,000 
house 



3.) Repair dripping 
water faucets (hot and 

cold). 

4.) Wash full loads of 
clothes and dishes. 

5.) U.se less water when 
bathing. 

6.tln.sulate hot water 
pipes in crawf spaces or 
where e,x|»s«J to outside 
air, 

7.) Dry full loads of 
clothes and clean the 
clothes dryer lint filer af- 
ter every load. 







THE ECHO C$302 

OUTCUTS& OUTLASTS 

AUOTHBtSI 

BrMza through tou{|h jobs around 
fh« houM with this Msy handling, 
rugged unit. Trim hcdgti, cut 
wood^ ctMr land, and much more. 
And now, mv« mon^ tool 



^ICIAL 
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FORM!" 

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OKIES AT VV9WG% OF $2400 
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WIRE WHEN INSTALLED WITH 

top RAIL— LINE POST AND ALL HniNGS 
AT OUK ItEGUUR EVCRTDAT PRICES 

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 
Installttlon GwrtntM A 

lU AftMia should *p|>F«r is iMtaUatJon vork-i 

launtihip within nn^ r^ar of tiMtHlbtloa. weg 

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Remmber ttm harsh winter of '79 
Don't get cau0it coldtti 

Another sevtre whiter Is predicteil for this year! 




For a warm A comfortable winter 



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Uyi^OyiWk NEW BiAUTY AHD SAVIHOS OH 
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No wax cushioned vinyl 
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• OISIOM MAM M OUi OHM SHOP 
• DWVWD DHCT TO YOUi NOMi M JUST 2 W»CS 

Nov ioft foam-bMked draptriM, m your choice antique tatiae. Self-Uned to insulate 
yoor window! afiinat drafia Old aceeflstve heat, block out hanh li^t ... to give you 
year-rouoad room oc«tnd rad cut down <m home heating and cooling ioA. We cuatom- 
make Oon to tito aiact k^jfifc a^ iHdtii you mad, precinon taibr than, and deliver 
tiMm dincily ti 9M h 2 waeka. Gome see o« l)ig adaction of drapery frivicat and 
pjawa bring wiaoBwr 




You can walk on it all day and your 
ieet won't get beat. Everytime your 
feet touch it your feet will say, phew; 
what a rdief iiii^ 

Ubyour husband says the way to a 
n^in's heartH through his stomach, 
yipu RMiy^ want to amnrar: The way tc 
a woman 'S heart and soles is Cushy 
t^ngoieum. Take n»to my d^Bim.— 





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Addittg d room? Careful pfanning con save tuel 



With healing • and ha* iMxome neariy as im* 

cooling costs up sharply, portant as additional 

energy conservation in a living space, 

home environment project Su^wse, for example. 



you're tK^ktRg of adding 
a bedroom to a house that 
fa^ south. Should you 
place the addition at the 
east end or the west end? 

In the warmer climate 
of the ^uth. it's twst to 
position the new bedrooi^ 
at the east end where it 
will receive the morning 
sun. At the west end, the 
bedroom would receive 
the warm afternoon sun. 

When planning win- 
dows for any home im- 
provement, renlember 
that conslderabte heat loss 
can ocoir through and 



ariund loose-fittiftg win- 
dws. 

'With factory, 

engineered windows 



flattd with double .- infiUration can be induced 

insulating glass and fac- significantly, with 

twty-.a^pUftd.jneather rcsdtaiil tewer fuel WHs, 

both conduction and air compared with units of 



Tips for stopping heat loss 




One of the biggest and 
most costly wastes„of 
energy in tfw home is the 
unnecessary loss of heat in 
the winter and increase of- 
heat in the summer 
through walls, ceilings, 
ficwrs, doors and win- 



dows. 

Insulating your home 
properly is one of the key 
ways tottop it from being 
an energy-wast»-. In ad* 
dltion, ihcK other tips, 

I. Weatherstrip and 
oiulk around ^t windows 



and doors. If they are 
Inking air, you may be 
iocreasing your heating 
btllsbylJtoMpcwxm. 

2. Install storm win- 
dows or imuiating glass. 

This win cut In half t» 
amoiant of heat lo^ 



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VMir him tt^ wann «kI drafr-tr». 



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Htealinf cosis mdyced 



l^you use gas for 
heatinv -- and nearly 3S 
million households 
do^you can save enetsy 
aikl <HOTtrol rising energy 
costs. 



Here are a few energy 
sayinp tips from ihe Am- 
eiican Gas Assodujon. 

I.) 24^hour thermostat 
setback to 65 degrees F in 
the daytime, and even 



lower at night, during the 
winter months. 

2.) Don't Wock air ven- 
ts. 

3^.) Draw drapes at 
night; open them on sunny 




THE HOME OF 2001 wHI be erfergy self- 
sufficient using solar energy systems prediet 
many experts. Solid vinyl sidli^ and fli^- 
resistant Class A fiber glass %ased shi^s. 
both available now and designed to last ^ 
fears, will bdp make it mainttsiance-frcc. 
And, since energy conservation wiM be impor- 
tant, it will include extra thiclr|grtts of fiber 
glass insulation in the attic and in the 
sidewalls. 




prsgresr 

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Amerkaira 
Collection 

Afnerkona com b* worm, ample, 
elegant, functional ond more. See 
th* roinplctt «ange ol Americano by 
Progress lighting at our showroom, 
let «s he^ ^w find the right fashion 
ot o price to suit your budget. 









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days. 

4.) Caulk window and 
door frames; use weather 
stripping. 

5.) Adequate ceiling in- 
sulation (six lo eight in- 
ches) cut heal loss 
significantly. 

6.) Install storm doors 
and windows. Low cost 
plastic siprm windows arc 
available in many areas. 

7.) insulate ducts in 
spaces which are not 
halted. 

8.) Clean or replace 
furnace air filters frequen- 
tly. 



IfaMe laprovemert Se^iOB, Sq>t. 29, 1977 - 




THE EQUIPMENT YOU NE^D 



II^wHen 
Ihxip Cloths 

■ Wal^nperStcaaen 

■ l^iit Sprayers 

■ Floor Saaders 
■Sti|ile Gobs 



■ CemoBt T( ois 

■ 1m Stenpooers 

■ "loor Ponsbers 

■ uUsavs 

■ tUter Boies 

■ :iiaia Savs 



AU^s oi Elec. Saviors 



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MtS Boaaey Rd. 
Roar Moore's 

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a price like this 
you should txjy 
Spred Satin no- ; 
even if you cton't 
plan to paint until 
later There's just 
no way we a>uld 
make this offer 
unless GNdden 
cuts its pnce to us. 
AND THEY DID! 

I^tthisisa 
limited-time (^fer. 
So belter huny. 
Don't mi^ttie 
boat! 



OPin SATURDAY 
9 AM t9 2 PM 

MwNfoy Hmt f rWffr 
S AM fo S PH 



Suppliers Lighting 



a7M FH<)CiHt:i«(> jtOAO fi^^roLK. VA. 



HBd Pf^lCE$W Custom c<^or$. slightly Ngl^ 

I SALE^^rough Sept aOih 

N^SIHBORHOOD 
HOME CENTER, INC. 

572L1 Ar^wfiead Dr. 
Virginia Beacli, Va. PHONE: 

234W 497-3571 



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Fkf* « - ftvm inprcnremwt Sectiai, ^>t. 2», ^911 



The causes of condensati©rr 



The cause of conden- 
sation arc inviJiibte. lis 
progress is insidteus. But 
the damage it can do to a 
hcinic is very real. 

itocausc 0ndeBsation 
can dcloriatc ^ even 
destroy — just about 
every material a home is 
built of. 

Excessive condcrtsation 
cajv ruin paint and 
wallpaper, crumbtc 
plaster, spoii furnishings. 



a^ ey'cn cause entire walls 
to' be covered with mold 
and Aiildew. 

Inside a structure, con- 
densation CM cause wood 
to mu, rnasonry to spall, 
•nd nmst to eorro^. But 
all these problems don't 
have to happen. Conden- 
sation can be stopped. 

Condensation h simply 
moisture — the same kind 
that sometttnes collects in 
the corners of your win- 



^owpanes. 

5^ People lend to blame 

their windows for conden- 



sation, hut that's uhJair to 
the windows. 

Condensation, simply 
stated, comes from water 



vapor, or hunndity ^ «w human ^^es to c« and 

of the invisible coraponen- dog todies to cooktBg. 

fiiofair. tathing , and taUTKi«Wi 

When airborne w«ter ^J'^'^^'I^JZ^ 

vanrtr m^wpHm a surface condensation problem, 

,kK ^i^Auah rS «hc first thing to do is jo 
thats cool enough, the ^^^.^f ^^^^^ 

vapor condenses 



AmericaBS spent more 
than $3ft Wliw in 1976 on 
home imiHov^neBt. That 
included renHMteiing, mod- 
ernizing, enliiftng, insulat- 
ing, etc. 



That's why pijxs sweat, 
why windows get steamy, 
why walls become daipp. 

The first way to stop 
condensation is to attack 
its .source: the water vapor 
in the air. Water vapor 
comes from a dozen dif- 
ferent sources, from 



If moisture can be con- 
trolled at Its source (or 
better yet, vented out of 
the house, as a clothes 
dryer, vent does), the 
problem mav be over 

Ventilation is very im- 
portant in keeping 
moisture from building up 



Save n^cious f nergy 

isoun 

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Loose fitting windows are really a little bit open at all 
times. They wt in cold air in the wH^r, hot air in summer. 
Heating or cooling this unnece^ivy ait infiitWion" in 
the heme is like money going out ttte window. But it can 
t>e reduced, by nsplaang tha» wwn-0M vnndiws with 
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imeio fix up your home! 



As the fall season sets 
in, boiMawners will he 
getting out the hammer 
and nails, taking advan- 
tage of the last of t he good 
weather for home rei^iirs 
and improvements. 

Though the recession Is 
easing off, the cost of 
building or buying a new 
home is still ^yond the 
reach of most families. 

le continuing trend 
i> ly make the most of the 
old house rather than 
move, 

WINTER RLANNING 

Remodelers are 
thinking ahead toward 
winter, and planning for 
the increaKid time «pent 
indoors. 

They'll be converting 
boMsments, porches, attics 
and other spare rooms in- 
to extra living space. 

And, fixing tip existing 
rooms — a fresh coat of 
paint, new paneling — 
raises the spirits when it's 
chilly outside, 

The rising cost of fuel 
)r home heating will be 
mother major factor 
moti\aiinghome6wners to 
make improvements this 
season. 

Many Virginians are 
conserving energy out of 
concern for the growing 
worldwide environmental 
Hsis. 

But many more will be 
acting just to help make 
ends meet. 

FUKL SAVING 

With Vepco asking for 
price hikes, and no letup 
in 'Sight, homeowners are 
apparently deciding it's 
worth the investment now 
to lave fuel — sometimes 
in ^sizeable amounts — 
later. 



These fuel-saving im- 
provements run the gamut 
from the minor to radical. 

Proper insulation will 
reduce fuel bills by half — 
and at the same time help 
conserve the nation's 
energy supply, according 
to the National Home Im- 
provement Council. 

If a home is more than 
15 years old; it is most 
likely inadquately in- 
sulated. As a consequence 
the homeowner may be 
paying almost twice as 
much as he should to keep 
his house comfortable, 
since poor insulation can 
resalt in the waste of 45 
percent of all the fuel con- 
sumed. 



Caulking, weather- 
stripping, storm windows 
and doors can save an ad- 
ditional 10 percent heat 
loss. 

ALTERNATIVKS 

The more ambitious are 
exploring alternative sour- 
ces of home energy, such 
as wind and sOlar power. 

Far from being Rube 
Goldberg pipcdreams. 
these methods arc 



t OMMON SENSE 

Many a home- 
imprxjvcmcni jtih can be 
safdV done wifhout a con- 
trclor. Often enough, all 
that's required is reading 



the instruciiais, common 
>cnsc^>;»rc and piiiicncc. 

Enet^y*saving applian- 
ces arc helping to t?asc the 
energy squce/c in other 
areas hesiUes home 



healing. 

There's better in- 
siilaiion on relrijioraiors 
and o\eiis nowadavs, lor 
instance, and many ap- 
pliances have other ptiuor 



saving features as wdl. 

And then, for the 
homeowner who's duly 
dedicated to saviiu- 
energy, there aicsiilloihcV 
newfangled iiivcniions. 



Solar heating arrives in area 



The first s(dar-research 
home in Tidewater was in- 
stalled last year by Solar 
One, Ltd. Tbe tundii« was 
from the Department of 
Housitc and Urt)an Devel- 
opment. 

Solar domestic hot water 
heaters were used In Texas, 
Arizona and California as 
tar back as World War I. 
llaoy such type installations 
are in Florida as well.' 

Now qiany units are beii« 
installed in Tidewater. 

Solar One Ltd. installed 
16 solar domestic hot water 



systems for Hudgins Real 
Estate, on 67th Street and 
ocean front. This project 
was the first in the middle 
Atlantic States where a 
bulkier used stiar domestic 
hot wter ^sterns as a 
standard feature in its 
homes. 

Other hone builders usiig 
Solar Ctee LH sol4r dom- 
estic hot waters systems in 
new coDstnictloo: Sir Gala- 
had Coostructlon CoDpaoy, 
Yata Conwratioo, Ceraio 
CoBstiudiaii Corp. Inc., De 
MiUe Homes, dumber One 



Corporation, Eiwrgy Home 
Buikters, Humpiiries Ma- 
sonry, Lynnhaven Develop- 
«s Inc., Bannef C^struc- 
tiM, Jaeobsen Construction 
and Edqnlst Constnicti<». 

Solar One Ltd helped pion- 
eer the first solar energy 
bill In the state <rf Vli^inia, 
ttd 00 March SI, 1977, the 



Virginia Solar Energy Act 
became law. It permits 
cities and counties to exempt 
solar energy equipment from 
real estate ^xation, either 
t<<ally or partially. But the 
equi{Hnent must finst be cer- 
tified by the Vii^inia Office 
of Housing as to its validity. 



becoming very practic, 
choices — since after the 
initial outlay, the energy 
source is free. 

The do-it yourself trend 
is healthy and still 
growing, as homeowners 
fifid they can save sub- 
stantial amounts of money 
by applying some elbow- 
grease. 

In addition to saving 
their wallets, do-ii your- 
sclfers are reviving two 
great old American 
traditions: self reliance 
and pride in workman- 
ship. 



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R * « Plasties IMerior Consnltuit MMcy Baiph las 
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wall coverings, and bfttk fizturvs trom a most attractive 
series (rf displays. 

HAW Plastics Showroom is a riot of color la car- 
pet samples. Tsk* your pick of shaca, indoer-outdoor, 
doep-pile, wltli a wide choiee of bMOs, mixtures, or 
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Yem eu ckooae fron viagrl floor ceveriags too, raprc- . 
seated to part by CMgoIevan aad HaaalivtMi.'* 

Now la vofue again, wallpapers and eovwiats *r* 
represMited by Katunback * Warren "WilUamskurg" 
patterns and designs, as well u James SeemanStndlM mdi 
coverings in vinyl and Mylar. 

You'll And a fttll line of Lucite paints, Du Pont wood 
stains, plus accessories neednd to do the Job. 

Bnt tbft piece d« resi«t||ien U their rankcn bntbtab. 
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Two Sections 



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IB Ita secoMl tnek of Cm* 
tlvitlcf the Neptiae FwUvti 
ran tato ototaelM wiik MXh 
ther Nttare. SometveBts OB 
Satarday aad Smday, Oct- 
Ober a aad t, ««re ralaed 
olit bill t!it majority of ad- 

doled. The Saadcastle Cits- "'' 
lie, a coBBtilr ihir, iwmaad 
dd dwws aad Bi o re iH awight 
the dtinKis of Virgta&, to- 
fether ooee agaia. 






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By Sluaita Wcoll 

A bottle fd an sauce and a smaU (Hloital bovl are 
the «ly nw-iite««i»jriiic niateriala in Rod Maaa's dait- 
Msab |V9|y^ti« dee is a photoirapher's dt^an. His 
daxknkili ll ttie Uad of idace lAere you thtak abovt 
wher« a vetwttrs shoild be and fiad ti«4 ttere is already 

|6mi, eo-ordlBatot- Of the Chesapeake fOST/Ytxmn 
Bmsb mn fbiAjiipiilv 4^)artmeQt recwUy woti flrirt 
pUm In- his irork as a vhole ia "Li^t laufts '1?*% 
spoeoorfd bf the Fri^ite of PboU«ra|Ay. 

Out of thousaads of yet-to-be artistic ^reati^ni^ Vtoaa 
choaa a selecUoa of ntther 5trai«ktfo4l«« M^Nl to 
priat for the eibib^t. His award, be feels. Is t^ MMK 
of careful techalcal work aad photos ttat are easy for 
people to identify vitb. 




BaA bi ttie iriK^ files are more abstract works that 
have aa "dteieat df mystwy," bat as photos become 
mora abstract, Maaa retUies that "you begin to wlanow 
dowB your audteace. " 

mtlaea years ol photography and flte years of fuU time 
professleiml work Had Mann "sttU inspired" aad always 
r^ to see the "miMKttag bmuty of the experteaeeof 
life." 

The demands of daily work tor the newspaper created 
a tune, once, when lilaBB"almost died with my personal 
v(M:k." In processing aad dMoting photo/news features, 
he discovered worthwhile disciplines, the value of coming 
9 Witt ^od usuable photos, and the balance between 
iw<)tosk»al Md parsonal eiin-essiQo. 

Row he divides his fime betwea newqiaper irikoto pro- 
eea^bpKp private prof esalOBil work (of vdiidi drama pboto- 
gra^ is his favorite) and a home and family eo Kaotts 
Islaad. 

Art ia tte form of plaao, guilar, musical apfffedatloa, 
paintiiv, drawinf and sculpture passed through Uaaa's 
crtatlve awareness," "but I was only flirtlag with them," 
he says. 

He btgan to take phbtography serjoysly when he showed 
SOB* photo* to » firlend frtw encouraged him to gear his 
taleoU toward a profetsaiooal focus. 

TMt was the b^si« of the eod of toning, brmiag, 
horse wrat«lli«, school and other part time ^qwri^cM 
that had their monMt nd t^M away. 

The tin* eamt to lapture the esseace nt experiences 
imil^ photography, 

"A phfft^ynip^ is a baasftmnlag oi ezpertrace, a traas- 
latta of rwallty. 

"I haw alwaya hew sKCited abort the «9eri«c« of 
bcii« OB tUs plaa^. 1 always we all my seoses, brt I 
guess my visual a»sa» aced out all tte others." 

Photqtrqihy toi Maia is a rasponse ph^NsaMoa. "I 
don't prvTlaoallse m then try to crMte any idea. 1 
respoad to aa «9iffttBee aqd toea work to tnwform it 
into photofiaphie-emriifriM." 

rormatlve years tat liana's photograiifty wera to Saa 
FnacUoo. where a ctoae plMtogiiphar/frieBd/teacher to- 
flueaead Urn and hslpatf hUa aatore hia work. 

These teys, he say«, "I know what I'm aftor mora aad 
I keep q> with what other photographers a» dotag." 

Some of the meet inportaal r^nase to llam's work 
comes from .hia . arUs)/wife Carla. He, to tarn, gives 
his pereeiftioaa on her w<irk. 

Teachiai hu added a d»w (ttm«»ion to ttum's atttvto 
toward Ms work 

"The freshness of the studeMs irtarted me toUddag 
»fiMi fiy mra wotK, fesayn- 



Success 

With 
The Sun 



It ooly took ooe day to 
the SUM Free-Bee ads for 
Mrs. Fred 8taienan,of E4M 
Payae Hoad, TlrgtoU Beach, 
to Had a home tor her two 
dogs. 

"I thlBk the Free-Bee ad 
sedlOB to great," she said. 
."Mot QBly becauae the ads 
ara frae but becauae iU a 
seetian people will read 
siace everytldag to them are 
free." 

Mrs. Stoaemaa wmted to 
Had a hoaae tor her collie 
aad the collie's motoer. She 
advertised to the September 
ZB Issue ot the SUM aad as 
soon as the papu' was oA, 
she storted gatttag ra- 
qwnses. By the aei^ after- 
noon, her dogs had home*. 
"I'm very hiqppy wtth yoar 
paper," she said. 

TUs to Bot toe first ttoie 
Mrs. Stooenaa has had suc- 
cess wlto the SUM. 

Last year u a elrculattoa 
contest wlBBer, die won 

Joto toa raaka of hippy 
eadlags Iflca Mrs. Staatmtm, 
and advMtlse to toe 
SUN'S Fr«e-Bee Ads. CaU 
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BrlM Giflird ^vea the camera toa aye, dariag vaikat 
Iha Saadeastto Oasste held at fth Itoaat^latori^datohar 



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By LEE CAHILL 

SUM PubUc Affhirs Writer 

Meaday altoiwia the Vtrfiato Baai^ City CewcU de- 
ferred toV one wMk Mttao' m hMto tor the Laddn Road 
WatitttBe to Utow toe tow bMMR^IiaM to aagalMa hto 
cwttod ptoe wWi toa #ty. 

OsAy tw Uds www rcca^ad fa- toe ^r^eet tor Sedtoa 
Hto hmtmm aad VtoMi Baaeh Boroagta tM bath 
www «tBriderMy mm ton toe at^Mar'aaaanato o» 
|IW.^^a|r MMiir <tott|a L. laitoary, ttMwtora, 
reeoamaaded thy 0mM rwjeet hotk Mis aad datoy 
fttrthw bUi toMfWt^^. 

Ha add tlM eoiftaetera irtw tort not srimittod Uds 
oa toe projett aM toey h^ a sobstettol ha^i af woik 
and iwe asttoMnstad. 

' Tm daMI^ wi^l^Htod tt toe ri i asil 4t:Ar Urnlil 
iqHv, w aq a e nm, *, wawy ■wHy • wompn^, mb^ 
i^Mid tw ^ M «( ^.IM. The other bid by Certral 



Mwdy told Couadl that "toe hid aeeaM Hgh and may 
he Ugh," but Omt the iab «M «itoatt. Ha aahl ttat the 
avtodi aai eoeowto pavaatifrt tow to ha hralM aad 
replaced BM thrae toiga «a« eato. Ma to aavaatoaihe* 
Imr Ma tovri, have to ha a^a. «Bi aU i 




brtEHT* sawwer itea toe toaOe ataag too foai to h«vy. 
Mmdy said that he weaM woift wmffhe ( 
Bad (kagg, Lit., to «b aftort to 
added tort he ooaM 0t toa^ i 

Haifeary srtd toll ttl 
•wait deae^ tta1lii# M»aid tortavaiylehhMl 
"Hm weik." Tim y^a% iii i ai , to htrirar toafr taor 

Maa^ MM torn are l«» laghMBB wlMra ehBBfaa arii^ 
%e made to Mag dtmn tte ^t^ 

Hanbury poirtad art ttat to toe part toe e^ haatrtet 

£!^^n|? to^ MMMt m Mia ax art 
re^vtf to ttM tolf^iitoiitf toilqrpr^Mtotortflr- 
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ChbuiK Classic - Paiitde ot Ctumpions -- 

f'ls bU)(tt~iii one of tiie strongest comitetitiwi 

. 00 Uw Ust Coist The Classic is • par^ 

auve nureU«( erenli lor clumpioasbip ba^ 

JhD ^n Mrned tlnir invitation by wliming elsewhet^. 

ke bMMts to iHe competition have mn many first ptect 

^lards (hiring tbe ld?t-T7 school year. In additiofl their 

ai«iBMM|i||k won many other inttftdual or sqiecial «ut 

''^^'l^^^^BI"*''*''' *" ** *'^'' "' *m«>rii^*s most 
talerti^^^Kople ia this thi rd annual LyMUMrgCIaiSsic. 
_^^ViUi«r& from Princess Aam Ui«h &;hool 
started Miif r WjiiMIttve year off at Lyocfetttrf ttl« you- 
aad (Uf «ri} Ir tti^.tete their first tioM u the fieU 
this yei(r:'«!ioD Collins ha»^ptt tofether tte most c(^pU- 
cated ttdd show that I have ever seeo tat a U^ sdtool 
Barching mit. U the {roup from P.A. can g^ ttis show 
amothed out there wUl not be a hand in tiw state ttet 
will stand a chance sKainst them. Like many Ois^as 

my first time seeing them "» " ''n]t\ thlsy^raMfl 
was very much impressed with their show. TUs year's 

I imitwii at i »«»•♦••«. f* !•• " .;«». rvttf|;tu,Hl||W UlW» Hit ill hUiJ H 

startidf witH the Itentare lich iAocA's If^rehiiie Pioo^r 
BmI frtm t^eiiius, VL, Mai^ 9%li Si^ol Band 
froM llaaldiii, S.C., Priae^Aane I^ft^ool's IbrcUiv 
Cai^m »m«iiMaBea% Va.,ttA^^iltoHi|kS(taol's 
ll«^b«^(^eaa«ar Band ttm Slitoitee. N.C.;Ge^ 
Wa^Utftn Bigh Schnl's MarcU« Eagttn tnm DanVUle, 
Va., Fans Omrch W^ School BMd freai Fairftx. Va. 
m m Host and not empetiag E. 0. Glass ttgi School's 
IftR^iiC Htlltiffer 9M ihm Lfikcttnit. Va: 

Ytt, a very impTttiita^ Ittit # of talent topirt en any 
OM &m at tte same ttee. All uaiiiMas^pBitJebai 
ttK fMM ttd tte hoatteitJE. C. COass «J|b tto mAem^tUB^ 
p«t a a show tut iaioii^ to gtve th«|oM{Mmta ^ tUe- 
Mte- Ms QiM« wedcend som^^ to ^d trlth. The 
m» mi p^m toe ttK Tidemter's Mai^tt^; E^ Festival 
is &t €k^ K, at I p.m. to be held tf InBan UHr High 
Sehed tai Ghn^sfyu. 

The awlrtfa Ms jnnr at the LyveUnrg Ctasslc wmt 
to the foOoviag: Best Drum Line, Qeriticengh School- - 
Best I^vm li^, UHHge Hifk Sc»Q(A-Best Major- 
etes.' George Variil^ Ugh School^.Best Featared 
TwMr, George IMihgton UgH Sd^l-Bast Bifle Line. 
Ba^age n^ SieMiir--Be^ Flag I^, toitage High 
S^Ml-Beat Brass Wectkn, Falls Charch Vlgh School- - 
Beit Woodvtad Section. $tatasi«Ut Hi^ Sdwol-Best ia 
General Effects, nvHHf^t tms^MA-iesi in IfarcUw 
and llne««riaK» PtH* Clnrch HH^ Selwl 

The top te«f to Ofei- all qipeanuKe ttd jp«rtomance 
i^re: First Mace, Falls Clnrch 1^ S^ool—Secood 
Place, Borage Rif^ Schocd-Third Hace, PriMxss Anne 
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of the SUN 

^ CM Mcbv o^iM of «!• Vir^Mi 
Swell SUN M «w foltawtat Iwt 

ttie Vtrgmii Bawdh »—: 
t)cean Front 

7-ll-Binlaeck Bd. 
PEOPLES-Laskia Rd 

FffiESIDEBOOHSTORB-Paciflc Afe. 

HAIMNER MOTEL-SethSt. and A^nttc 

KOA CAMPGROUNDS 

Hi^ I' \Y IIW TRAV-L-i»ARK 

II vVUI]r.34lk and Atlantic 

HOWARD JOHXaOBI'4-Ocantt Front 

Siii < ON -Ocsui Fiimt 

IN( I vrS PtIAnCACT-24thSt. 

l« , lY INN-SSfli St. and Atlaatie 

y )FFIce-£Stk$^MrAtlanttc - 

NEWS CENTRE-OcMNMI 

! PHARMACT-AtlaaUc Ave. 

Hi . UK nw-AtJaatic Ave. 

RAMA!\\ om-Atlantle Am. 

HDULiAY not TIUVEL PASX-Gm Booth Blvd. 



K ^Hp»¥BI» ArM 

K MPSVILUMABHACY 
FARM FRE^-Kempavtlle 

ItortlNMiptofi Blvd. Ar«« 

ifoRFOLii Atncmr 

I aiv£ WRR^ MOTEL 
HO|,lDAVIMr 
KORTHHAMPTMI IKH 

Sl^rv IMv«xAl»a 

McroPV PHARMACY 

Sf 'IE STATE PARK 

K t-UDGR-Uttle Creek Aue 

BAiikK PHARMACY 

P^npt FS-bygood Shop Center 

t . u - ^BlinAe MaU 



tm Shores Rd. (ThaUa) 
Grairt 
iv«Bd. 
iitft Maaa Trrtl 

^hET-L^S^^ Rd. (MUtf Itoll) 

iW%Awa 

Mill naniRitart ^j 
f i«»*»IW.(Hffltop) 





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The fatalova mareUag Cavaltors froas Prineeaa Anne High 
School. The CavaUar took Htfrd plaea to The Lyachbary 
Clasaic and Parade of Chanpiona. 



Football 

contest 
winners 

Haudy L. Rusbuldt, TM 
HiUninru M., Norfolk vos 
thi> winner of the $25 first 
prize in tlic last IrMtitoii'l 
contest. S ' . 

Winner of the $15 set-oml 
{rise was Br^ B@man,§20 
Smith Lane. Vii^inia Beach. 
.TbiM piMH winner of |10 
was Fred Martin, .3536 Jia 
gull Rd., Virginia , Be;tf>h. 

Why mrt e[A& tbia wedi's 
fotrtbalt ficntest. Look for 
the i^ial football pa^ and 
pick your winners. 



Neighbo 




love 



neighboring cliurch 



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By LEE CAHILL 
SXiff Pddic Aitoir 



ter 



"Love thy neiglAor" apparently means different tbtogs 
to 4iflereot people. 

To Guy P. BopdideD, a reaideirt of Andon Terrace, 
it mesas ^t the Mc^cOk Highluato Chorch of God shod d 
not Inrt toe residaots of Avalon Terrace by becoming 
tielrneigliwr, 

C^vto ^ato, attomey represwting tki Chvrch, Questims 
the implication that " 'love toy neighbor' stops attte 
cityMne." 

The Chorcb plans to locate ito sam:tiiary on a 13.4 
acre {dot m Avalon Road and toree we^cs ago, Viiglnia 
Beach City Council granted tbe church a cowttttoul aae 
peiialt to ntke tois posstole. 

Honday ato^iporiCouaeUaiaa J. H&fffUeCcv, vfconiMto 
toe original B(rtk» to apprava the perodt, totrodoni 
residents iriK> oHwsed tto permit Ttey did Mt bun 
^ieqaate time to prepare oiqKmittoa at the permit teartogi 
toeysaid. 

Bor8ti(tt, qxAesman for toe civic leagw, raid tte 
chorcb would create a tra^c hazard (W Avalon Road, a 
60-foof right-of-way wito dee# ditehes m ettier side. 

Avalon Ternce is cb»e to NorfdUc and Chesapeake, 
bat its residents are citizens of Virginta Beach, he said, 
whUe members of ite ctarch are from Ctesapeake. "Love 
toy nelgUior means (k»'t hurt him,"'he add«I, and a^ed 
CmuMdl to recMisiter ito previous action and 6eaj a« 
permit. 

He charged that to pi^iratii^ ito request for a permit, 
toe church was guilty <a (miftsfaws. He had been toM 
titat tte church of i^prozin^i^y SO menbers «aa con- 
sklering estabUsUag a day care carter on the site dnog 
i4to tts sanetnary. It was going to be ttey^ir-rond 
(^mercial ^fpe, he said, and that after toe necessary 
land jeas used tar a chnrch ^ rat^^ Jaod woold be 
sobdiylfled for hom«ris i chnifte tapniiMeat. 

B<vdelw iMres^A^ owneil wito a petitiiiii wito VSi 
sigiiatnres, no^ that most of the peo^"^'t cdsject 
to a church but what goes wito it." 

City Managw George L. Hai^ur said tftot the tlbsaA 
nunto no apectfic request Rn: a Aiy ear* m^raadtoat 
it would uA be permitted to opsnte one wittwiit awtter 
conditional use pennit from toe city. 

McCoy tad j^HNroved the permit, te mH, beeane te 
pr^erred a dnMi to umm^ hm^. The 1m4 towmd 
R-S and R-6 w^eh altows tor simfe-faratly WuBiMt m 
one-fourth acre i^tes. 

Ansvariag anotter dl^ectiai of toe reiUnto, baiMHry 
said toe dwtA was rcipired to hock t^ to city tttH^te 
and fern wt be pwmittod to I^ob wito the s^c 
task now loatod oe tte ^operty, 

RdMrt Ramsey jmM that b^re MneU iaawd toe 
pwutt it steidd haw uMMie a owmltn^ to 
tteroad. 

Attray Maye, paattr tf Om AialM Church i^ Cktd, 
Rortolk. and 6MriA m»TH» 4 Qutk M God, aato 
ttoit some of ids ctarch members live to VUngtoto B«mA 




and toat Mme of the Norfolk ir<g^»tmds CI 
4Mnigr«|Mlaltf«eoiBtiroB V^ mmUt:, 

«atoe ol ttritt«a|tf w^ff t^if iettaads ud 
fiw aer« are to good dwpe for use. 

^lato nld flat the pastor of the church did uswer 
a qaestiaii If Mjiat that «tme (toy tt» ohnrch may teve a 
day ttre eentnr, but toe church generally tas ma(te a 
commitm^ to the eommiuity as well as a commitment 
to a cta%h by making a financial sacrifice to purchase 
thetasl. 

inie Rev. Haye sM tet toe c(^[re|^ti(Ni las already 
changed ito name to Avatod Ctarch of God. 

He adced ttat no motiin t>emadetorec(msider. None was. 



Fri^bee-ist, f risbe-er? 

James ZambeUi of 6104 Lockwood Lane is a champion 
frtebee-lst? Frisbe-er? WeU, Frisbee thrower. 

He reewtly became first romwrriy to toe 19T7 World 
Ju4or Frlsbae Ctan^aMMpa at Six Flags omer Ge<»fta 
to iMdi aAHm from the United States and Cauda 
participtied. 

As a prize, he vaa awarded a |500 U. S. Savings Schol- 
aral4> Bond «U(* vas presaied at Monit^ aftemm's 
mMttog Ql toe Vtogi^ BaacA aty CmtoieU. Majmr Clar- 
«Ke A. BoUand oukto the luresentatiM am a commei^tion. 

But winner or not, ZanbeOi h^ bettor aM ^Uqday 
Us 4dciU on tta boiejMroBf umI hoardmJk nezt sinitoer. 
Cemm reewtty o^lawad trUbm throwli^: doriag toe 
awnuMr Mason along tta amA congested part of toe 
beadi strip. 



ft^lly Bt 

the Cavalier 

Tin FuU G06p«l Bti^- 
neasnu) FellowsUp Intor- 
nttoMl will hold a tmy, 
Octciier 14 and 15 at^tte 
New Cavalier OceanfiAnt 

Hotel, 42nd Street and 'it- 
lartic ^veme. 

Hie rally will couKof 
four major toeetlnga. fH- 
teyt October 14, at 7 |Kia. 
singer Roger Wiles, a fre- 
quent performer of the 700 
,, CUW^. will perfmrm. Sator- 

be a Military Breakfkst wito 
qiMker Marine Col. Ctar- 
les Thompson. Satnrday at 
1:30 p.m., Jdm GUaun, of 
tto Christiut Broadcasting 
jNetw»k, wiU be host to a 
Ifinister's Layman Loneh- 
eoB. ^ui;(toy eveidng jt 7 
p.to. pa8tra'-'teaeher-«4a- 
gellst Jim Sau^m, fill 
«P«k. j 

The rally to open to ihe 
pobUc. Contact ^-6771 or 
4W-069? fur resarvat^ 
and itdoraatton. 



Unload 



"Unfolding foil potortiid" 
WiU be tte stfujeet tf toe 
toiric at the free tntrodue- 
twy 1ectar«r'|*iw 1^ the 
IntasattoaatMa^t^tai So- 
dety, SMeotivt' mdg. 214 
Grov^aad lUL, Princess 
Am Siaaa Slmgiag Cett^, 
wery Wada^y at I PM. 



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YOiniE 
GONNA IQ¥E 
TWCHANGb 

The char^in Today's 
Weight WatcBers" RrogStoi. 

The chaj^e it can 
makemyoM, 

And ttie change we'll put in 
ycmr ^sekAl, to give you your 
first tAi^e of it. 

Wtet are you wailing 
fw^ ^rt chpping! 



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And more from the Neptune Festival... 



VirgMte teach Sun, 0< 




SUN photos 
by Joan Chafes 



In Windsor Woods — 
Plaza - * - Qmm Run 



The Catholic Parish 
of the Holy Spirit 



nnBSSwSa 

7 p.m. Sat.; 9:30 & 1 1 a.m. Sun. 
Talephone 340-7122 




OfScUl Jvdces of theSandctstteCbissic were Kay Tfaomu 
Cudy the Clowo, and Doctor Madblood. 



It's 8«i>d, sand, suid tor Jofliw Holts otOna^tmoi DriTe. 




Hey look, mom! It's us, Diaa and Eddie FIrech! 




Tracejr, of the Eastern Freestyle Arelal Clrens, jtops 
for a pose. The Circus, professional ski demmstrators, 
thrlUetf the crowds at the Neptniie FestlTal show held 
at the BafKOfl 9»tiiii Ceg^r. 



'*!. 



He Hajgood 9atiOf Center was transformed into a snow 
World Saturday, OcbAor 8. Exhibit, fashion shows and 
dettAutrations were (he highest of the event. 




Kaiiy Me, yuristowa ated, ua Kstm AwtersM, Kei^- 
vlttr^M, ^1^ tieir servlees af ft* Farmer's Market 

CMBti7 Filf by M»OBStratli« rms^ tecbiiques, outtiU 



A lot of 

controversy 



ByLEECAHILL 

SUN Public Affairs Writer 

Owners of two oceanfront lots at 58th Street now have 
the clearance to build a duplex on each of the lots. 

It wasn't easy. 

On Aug. 9 the planning commission ai^roved resoning 
the parcel from H-I Hotel IMstrict to R-8 Residential 
District. Lasfr week Virginia Beach City Council concurred. 

On Aug.. 9, the planning commission also granted a 
variance whld» allowed the petitioner E. A. Smith to move 
the property line between the two lots to create two more 
eqnal-sised lots and at the same time to permit smaller 
tiun mlnimam lot size. 



The variance came into effect when Council approved 
the rezonii^ application last week. The lots are aiq>rox- 
imately between 5,700 and 7,000 square feet. H-8 zoning 
requires 10,000 square (cot lots. 

The Mariner Hotel, just south of the parcel, represorted 
by Grover Wrigld, opposed the variance. Wright said that the 
variance procedure is the only time the planning commission 
takes final action. In other matters the commission merely 
recommends. He a(kled that in 1976 the Attorney General 
of Virginia ruled that tte variance procedure Shall not 
be enacted within a ztning ordinance as it is in Virginia 
Boach. Wright appealed to council to reverse the actioo 
of the planning comnissido. 

Attorney lliomas Broyles, who is one of the owners 
of the parcel, < said that tl» marina has cabanas which 
encroach m tt» part^l tqr nine feet aid that "the (mly 
T^sm they wanted (»uncil to reverse the comalssira's 
action and haw the parcel considered as one lot was 
because they dwj't want to get off of prq)erty Oiey readily 
admit they don't own." 



Atteni^ CNm| Pickett, represeatii^ Smith, said that 
the parcel is ^xHvidted into two IcKs now and that all 
the petitioner M^t ms a r^aeaticMi of the Icrt line. 
Without tlM«^<ife(». mu^ ^ JDt interested in H-8 
»Msf bat #(nI^hH Wi'it4.HaBi^- 

Broylis aA^'Coirflra tHJjpJJK aiid let Un (Wright) 
take it to courAuiMCttherwis tt« property would depreciate 
in mine, t» nMed. He added that tte re^denU <4 Iforth 
Viitinia BMch an not (nMsfi^f the variMce. 

CmAcil i^hf^tte aAion of the {danning commissimi 
^ a vote trf l-i. Voting against the mo^tm were Geotfe 
R. Ferrell and Meyera CX)«r«k)rf. Vice Mayor Patrick 
Maodiiv was tfw«it. 



*Tke Lord on h^ is 
nlfhtter than the noise 
of naay waters, yea, than 
the mighty waves of the 

-Psalms 93:4 





C(dumbus found a world, 
and had no chart, Save one 
that fiUth deci^ered in 
the skies... 

-George Santayana 



DISCOVER A HEW WORLD OF THE SPIRIT THROUGH FAITH 
Like Christopher Columbus, each of us must embark upon the perilous voyage of 
life, finoght with nncertainty of direction or purpose; sometimes tossed by storms, 
often becalmed to a standstiU. But, like the adventurer of old, we can be guided 
to the attainment of a goal tar superior for which we had originally set sail- if 
fBia be the rudder diat keeps our ship of life on its true course despite wind and 
wave. Let your Church be the port of embaitetion for your own voyaae to the iov- 
M discovery of a new way of life throng^ faith. 



"vfS 



Haynes Furniture Company 

SaSTVa. Beach Blvd. 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpeting (i 



Bayslde Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
' , Charles C. Hale. Sr. & Staff 



^•:**/./'?-a;-v 



Kempsvllle Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516i 
Robert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Bros. Inc. 

Plumbing-Heating-Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 

Charila'8 Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 481-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz & Employees 



Kellam & Eaton Inc. 
BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann Station 427-3200 
Frank & David Kellam 



Andy's Plumbing & Heating 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New & Old Work 



Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 
\ 

Furnlture^howrdoms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MUitary Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin & Employees 



Chesapeake Savings & Loan 

Frank N. Wood a^ Associates 

EnglneMlng Media Inc. 

606 R. Liberty Street 
CharUe Hackworth & Staff 



Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 V^tch DuckRd. 497-8925 
' C. C. Kirkpatrick 



Wmis Furniture, at Hilitop 

1712 Laskin Kd. 428-5951 
L. H. Burns &. Staff 



Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stero 



Home Federal Savings 
& Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 



Smith Sales & Service 

460 Battlefield Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smith & Employees 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
•Taylor B. Carr & Employees 



Preston's Pharmacy 

1401 Poindexter St. 545-7337 
James L. Marshall and Employees 



Todd Electric Company 

Henry & Moses Todd bStzV 



HIggins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison & Associates 



J.D. Mfjes ASons, Inc. 

J.D. Miles, Jr. and Associates 



Townsend Fuel, Inc. 

James Van Dyke and~^inployees 



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Brentwood Restaurant & Lounge 

1312 Geo. Wash. Highway 
Chesapeake, Va. 487-0611 
Tom it Linda Rapier & Co. 

Southern States 
Overton's Market mff Biutary HwyT 420- i«'i 

1419 Poindexter St. 545-9496 L. BelnpOBt WiUiams & Personnel 

The Overttns & Employees 



Plaeser American Corporation 

Management and Personnel 



Thfe feature is made possible through the cooperatfcn 
of our rTwvst^'s. tt is paid fey by these ares firms who brieve 
ow churches are a vitel part of air community Bte. 



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i^^t^tg^^tm^M 



€iMervative 



In t^m Mriml of uopr^^sited proqierity, we 
•n tavM^ with tlitt tli^^mm IMckais pui^ox: 
It fe ^ bm oif time, it is ^ w(ttst<tf titta. The 
famous old proverb is dusted oft ami us»i one 
more time because it is the consummate descrip- 
tion •^fth^ situation. 

^aUst an tte affl^ce, the tiOKS are tough 
uMl tl» tajq»yeprs iM»dUous. A ^m^tm^ h 
ruBWiq; i^unst the oMts and imM^^M^^ Ug 
^riinpiait and thejHg utHitks o^vting under 
^«kiiment regulation. 



I^trest and Reacntmeat 

us is a tumultuous period of pubUc 
taxinyer resentment and p^itical 
Mton us is the election of Vi^pia's 




JMind 
d^ltUA, 
pottuim, 
nextgomnor. 

Ttk OHFttiwgn might be decided on the jm^k^- 
bo<A^^ iss^.' fovonment spending, ttx Iboin^, 
the M8t of living. Both candidates, John Mitcm 
aMiltairy Howell, have a l^thy res^^ fen- ^ 
ti^iqi^ dcittu-. ^ttt for How^, the p«n#x 
ct^teKS. Mny eoDudct him a idU, recldos 
^)eiKter. Hk <9posite is troe. 

H(m^ is tdunt and to tte p<»nt, tdHng 
evisyom who asks (and many who c^'t), "I am 
a Qscal ixmsarvative who bd&nres in Uvin^ within 
his means, ami I am the only man nmnig^ who 
has promised to v^o any gmeral tax incrose 
passed during the next four years." 

N« Gocral Tax lacrewe 

In a^^kngthy iiMoview with the Norfdik 
Howdl was asked if a (»tattrcq)he 
how could the state gti mme mmuy 
a ^imd tax iiKrease. 

Howdl said he wnild fiiMl the sohitkm throi^ 
the Hmoe of Deki^ "because you doiift have 
to ruse tMxe$" He fXfMasA his "get t^a^ on 
what wc have" bodset theory to the Norfolk 
repoit«-s: 

"Thee are pe(^ todi^ whose autonwbtte in- 
miance rad tem»owiien pi^|[^ and dhi^m U^t 
lri^M#li^gni«d«d tibte^ can't come demi to 
Ntarfolk newspapns uui si^, 'Kaiae my pay.' So 
tlwy 9Bl akmg sffludiow on the pay they luive." 

Ttatt*8 an i^nirer evoybody oD^miterstand. 
The ptaun ft^Dcs kmm fkmy Howdl ifWldng in 
tteta^^mterests. Why shoiddn't th^ He is one of 
tl^. 



UveWMfaMi 

Mmf poMiail writm and ^iaiattm ^eak of 

: h^t r^trictions, but Hke Samt Augustine m 

^ te subject of cfaasity,"mM WW." Hairy Hoi^ 

utys ^%ginia will live mAin its m^is, "and 

i BOW." 

ON FKCAL MANAGEMENT, be says: "I 

r teve always insisted on orefidnmi^anait in my 

. fni«tebusinasmdasa{wlttd^^Henl,andlwill 

: ^ m that reoml to M^ tough, careful 

guu^^anent to state governm^." 

ON THE BUDGET: "It is iaqxMrtnt tlM t^ 
state's bud^ be balanced IN ADVANCE, in the 
flBst two )^r^ this did n^ oceur." 

ON SPENDING SCHEMES: "I know the 
wto of a dolfair, tow long it takes tp am c^, 
ipd bm (jtM^t^ tome pec^k eanspmi it tm 
iMv^ralaed setotaa and ide».'* 

cm TAX LOOPHOLES: "I propose the 
^oiAig of ortain unfair tax looph(^ beating 
^ ng)er rfeh. Ani^wdy who is wakm» about 
^]|tf^ tlw line (m mm must be seioas idxMit 
fitosii^ sudi unfair tax %06phBtis." 

T a lWfi AreDe^^e 

Any attempt to write off HoweD tt a mkkss 
spender won't wuA. Labels are c^^ve. Afto- a 
quarter of a century of fighting the Mg speiMflng 

the has found enen^ sme^ Ubnabt ckm- 
ves, moderates and pr ^wa M wi . AmxiHS^ 
Howell philosophy, "Wlttt p«^ oA you 
»rly as important M tte r<^OTd y^ earn." 

Vs record shows him to be a Jibovl m 

ttrin imm^ pM^dM^ tete 

Ittw derdogs, bw a un^, tUMmm' 

miad«<Htail conservatiiv^ on Imm Wr^M^ 

I budgetii^. 

mmmmr 






Qualified candldati 



LUe IclWS 



-'iijui <eii. 



Won ! 






on 

does not speak 

tJ'MTC when he 

j Treity Signing 

America back 100 



uhmus aro Paa- 
...ive Id the U.S. 



Graham, President 

who testified before i>it: n^m- 

mittee, Sept. 80, sayiag: ' 

for the affiliated local uaioos <. 

supports this Treaty.., President 

Ceremony.,. set democracy in Latin 

years," 

izens. It states tha 

anmiiiuijs. Ameiit:iii„ „..,„o--~, .^ 

Armed Forces, pay U.S. Income taxes, etc. The State 

Dqwrtment says Ihpy are right, but does nothing about 

it. How shocking that our own admihlstratldn won't even 

back its own American dtlxens preferring, instead, to 

support Communist dictator Omar Torri]os and his bench- 

mM. 

AMther eyeopeaer is the neutrality treaty. It states 
that if an ally discovers an eneniy ship carryUig explo- 
sl^s through oar Canal it should not launch an attank. 
If she thould do so, our armed forces are required to fight 
wr ally and encourage tbe transit of war material that 
*U1 be used against us. What insanity! Really, only Itaak- 
n|rt, unworkable ideas have been the product of tho 1974 
Taek-Kisstnger "Agreement lacking Principle, 

Paul Chiera 
Vm ChureUU Rd. 



Our Vote 



Dear Editor, Tbs Virginia 
Beach SUM: 

Bill PUUfs is a caaddate 
lor the Treasurer dt Vtr- 
giMa Beach, ffe is ttit tnly 
ml tiiat. is ftdly <pidii^ 
for the (tffice. He studied 
fti^ess AdministntioQ at 
the College ^ WUliam and 
klary (Norfolk Division), is 
an accoi^ant, was commis- 
doaer ol revenue fi^m Jan- 
ury 19S8 until merger, and 
sinned Vli^alalieach City 
for IS years. 

Mr. Philips is bon^t, a 



famUy map, a real gentle* 
mau^ His integrity ouy^ba 
coui^ on. He will ^a 
gr^t job and see that every- 
OK .jttys.his fair sbaie 
jof ttfies, not ^ Oie adddle 
incolae dtiMnybiit^ weat- 
|hy does as weJl. 

Itti PUl^ is tbe man r 
will jbrust to invest our cittes 
iDQn# Aow a]^ yon? Won't 
you i»aUderlir. Philips on 
November 8. 

316 &MaoB Place 
ViiiiBk Beach 



Please consldei tlie importance of the uacoming election 
for Governor, Lt. Gov.i Attorney General and House of 
Delegates. The men elected this year will affect many 
Important area.* " "'-inJaD's !ivrr ' -^y years to 
come. 

I personally am distressed by the apatliy of the average 
citizen who tails to vote. I hear tbe comment time and 
again of bow distrustful one becomes of politics because 
of tbe scandals in both parties. Has it ever occurred to 
you that Instead of being turned off that this is the time 
to become tuned in? Your help is needed with whatever 
talents you have - time, contributions or at least cast a 
vote! 

I remember begin fearful when the 18. year olds were 
given the 'right to vote.' At this particular time there 
wis such a radical movement against tbe way in which 
tbe Viet Nam War was being conducted. My after thought 
on this fnatter is why was this war pro-longed at the expense 
of young lives? Who benefitted fioaneially from this fruitless 
effort? Many of tbe radicals were wrong in tbe manner 
in which they protested but in their own way tbey were 
saying. Wbtt Gen. Douglas Mac Arthur said abouttbe Korean 
War, '*Elther conduct the battle to win or get out." As 
we know "That old soldier faded away" but be courageously 
stood UP to the President of the United States before he 
fSded from view. 

We «an learn from past errors in Judgement. Not only 
in the offielals elected to office but we must cooiinue 
to try to iQigrsde the American political system. How is 
tbat going to happen? Certainly not by becoming a dropout. 
Tbe yery people that are witbdrawjag i^id giving up are 
tbe paoide needed the most to continue the battle for good, 
honest, decent representatives. There are 'Honest Pol- 
iticans' and w« need to support them regardless of party 
atflliatloBS. 

Only the voter has the power to select the representa- 
tives that la tan decides bow tbe voter's money is to be 
apent; tbe power to llect tbe ^eae IndivldQal tbat make^ , 



These repi 
recent yea 
release*' 
crimia 

recommii cnni 
abiding, innoce 



H itppotnt the judges tkfet in 
minor offeacea and 
Tbe r&al hardened 
.'$ to th i<^to 

f/enstf^ to \M iiavu-wuiiJiig, law 
.'jarful citizens. Remember! the 
appointment of the judges is a life time position, tt is 
often an appointmep' nvcJiancM fr.r t-niiifirsil 'Behind 
closed doors favors. 

So, how important is one individual vote.' Tbe pei^le 
that bother to cast a vote in each individual eleetiw 
are either tbe dedicated citlsens or those who have an 
ulterior motive for their own, persooal gain and bene- 
fits. Which of these two examples seem to wield tbe 
most power at this time in the history of America? 

We cannot control the United States of America with 
a vote on November 8, but we can begin to control tbe 
direction in which tbe state of Virginia is to grow. Yea, 
yov as an individual wield a lot of power. It is a powir 
tbat no one can deny you if you are a registered votet 
of Virginia. May I si^est that you also have a reapoh" 
sibUity to make an eftort to listen to both sides of the 
issui» so ttet you may ^e irtelllgeBtly. If a man or 
woman is elected to puUlc crffice as a representattve 
of "You, tbe Individual rater wl» okres mm^ to tal^ 
the time to register an (pinion to tl» beat <4 ywviMllty" 
then tet electa represMtative must M^r»«ft)Ute Maj- 
ority (A citizen's wishes or else, "Ypii. the isdivM^d 
v<Aer, tes tbe power to refOace ttat ban or imtad^ wte 
tells to MflU campal^ ptvmises." Tte campilgtt fK^ 
nilces tbat I UstM for are tte pt^Mve pnini«»i lir^ 
a representative tttat las iMdei^s^ quOtttii uil iiht 
aUiity to ofifer practical solutiMs to realistfc everyday 
intblems. I do not (»re to waste my preclms i^ on 
a represratatlve who presents crittcism andan^itive 
outlook unl^s he can offer a solution. 

Dwis B. Gaskin 

472» Sussex Bd. ^ 

Va.Bcb., Va. 23462 






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. Remember last winter? 






Remember last winter? 
.The Fanner's Almeaac la 
predidhv another icy blast 
this year. If you vowed in 
Jaanary to ^ something 
abhnt youi^ eoeify bttla. 
here's the oppprtunity 
you've been waittiy fsii. . 

tidewater ConmnDity 
CeUegt, bt cooperation with 



the Vitgima E^rgy Office, 
Is offerlagc Mtfesof FREE 
home energy savers' vwk- 
shopa. During CMeberi En- 
ergy Con^rqittn Montii", 
Tidevater reiAdeoa tut at- 
tend ene of ^t^ 




ea.iRthes» 
tldpKDls win 



l,P»r- 
receive 



m(»ey - saving information 
valoaUe {hbUcations worth 
over |S, and advice from 
skilled instmetors. 

Yon and yonr(em|dioyees/ 
group) can take idnotage 
of ^se scheduled woit- 
t tftll and 
scbetfHle a presentation at 
your conveni«>ce. 




Painting the Beach I 



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Send your questions \o "Eric Stevens, 
P.O. BoBi 4132, Virgini* Beach. Va. 23454. " 

if you Mould Jike a booklet entitled "be Mitty" 
send om dollar. 



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We t)tdod at Scope 



The Ti^wtfv Rii^mi 
Red Cem» Blond Pi^p^m 
(raiKMr) will te wen n- 
prcieBtefl wta» tte Um'» 

Uneoikrma, OA. 91k sad 

Ml. at MMay bn iem. 

OabMdtys.the'nttfcBP 

wtt set npad^toy hiflie 




lag, at 9:30 A.M., the other 

r 

Also OD Oct. 8, the Bed 
Crews' Mini - BloodnoUle 
ifll be parked on the ramp 
i* fimt of the hotel to col- 
I4et Hood wUeh will bepro-^ 
rtssjM for platelets 



jcutucns 

projects. 

btood drive for 



BiU Rosa pU^ the soft-lond. WeU. that's what "piano- 
Itfte^' aheaasf^Md fogUah. Of eourse we ittve ahortaied 
it to sittply '^ptsao." But ufUt^ maiqr k^rtxsai^ phiyers, 
BHl raes its full range (rf es|aiessl(». "piaiw" to ''f<»1e" 
...from a whisper to a ahont. Be also ss« all 8g keys. 

I ca^ttt Up fintaUac tq> a long tw at "ThM Se^aod 
Mace" <m tte tik floor of the HoMay hui at 38tti and 
die Oeeaa. And I nean OC^AN. I sat but 4 ket from tte 
ftiU-taqjEtt window that aJRantod me a mttd^blowli^ view 
or tte hii«ken, iUuntnafiad mrt (miy by spotlit, but 
eetfais iightlf aha^ett noea. 

For a trliier^Dndo it ma Me of life's ultlmates. 
But saiAher 4 teet awiv iMs a mwical ei^riencethat 
paralleled those wav^. When BIU Ross iMays...or aln^... 
fon'U flad aa ever-(^angll«, b^ almysdeUthtfiU Smoi^- 
hnd.; . _ , '^ : ' :--■•,,' 

He raaged from "RhMew^ in Bhie" to "Am I Blue" 
to a, real Idues, "Aftw Houv" (Avery Parrlsb-Enridae 
HawUaa^ from the waits "JjMn, J^a" to a swii«^ 
'Ulwtt^ Faela" toaeeotattlKirnry "'This Guy's to Love." 

He'll «HW«' retpe^ fsi' tottMry tiMs, too. Seldom did 
he ttU lor aid frwi hie etoetronic-itythmner, which most 
soWsU rely en tt^ d»y». ; 

Rosa um^m Mt^ irnm^t imi^^ to evotea hiU 
mmH^m « jaii»ii|iifi(»Tm«>enpHs e«Hiiarthe tthie 
iQi# Witt aUBort ehtliwly (ttttsnat chorda aw^Iyliv tte 
idsnttcal melody - one ol the subtle but rich values in 
mule. And If tiwy nse the same chords, ttey could "voice 
them" dttterently (most chords have 4 or 5 different notes, 
but the player hu 10 fingers wltt which to divlleate some 
of them, and the manner in which he distributes ttese 
la called "volcii«,") 

Ross often plays wltt a trio, and be prefers emottonal 
Idayers. of varied ages. The dhuamer thould be yqui« 
(tor vitality), and tte bassist old epough to know tte countless 
songs that have beeone standards in tte balf-centory since 
radio became pfomhMit. 

Usually that haaUit taBUlGlhaqn, i^ baa been deaeribed 
by local m«ale-ffliatoddn Bdb Sawyer as having "four 
hands, each with eight fingers ten inches long." 

I asked Roes who his tavortte lUngers and pianists were, 
and the eheerfal libran r^ed, "No one in pirtienlar." 

This la uytreat in his performing, fbrbeis aa todividual, 
not an imttater. When he sang and played "Misty" tor us, 
we did not hear Erroll Gameir. We did. not hear Johnny 
MattU. We beard Bill Ross. 

Bill began pi^no lessoaa at age sic, 9y bis mid-teens he 
was wortdag Mala Street for $8 a nigll. : majored 

ia mnsie at KnonUle College. Heonce}mri<c;nr.i i- lucbmond 



w/th Eric StevMis 
I 

tor a conoirt, only to discover that the lAec^ mnsie «is 
still to Nmiolk. II ttat wasn't ewngh, he stomiaed iil^Ue 
st^flpg onto tte sttge, but mauged to get thmchthe 
p^ormance wittout an err{»>. 

Vttt load saman (km l^rge, Bill rljtordedohtte Chpda 
lab^ taChic«fD8<»p Kdi til "Down Home" and "Gonrtry." 
> U tte 19S0's tbe traveliig "Scei^" was m rosf-^nto. 
Much of his playing laid ^ be (kme standi qi, to teg^ 
Witt tte lid of tte time. He played OUm wltt tti I^Oey 
and R^ Rnnm (who left Pcglsmoutt to achieve rtrdom), 

BUI iaay« m WTAB-TV during its flrtt vMi. mm 
tteSteraton B«iieb Hrtel bro^ht in Charlie V«tnrti,Jttiay 
Mc^rtlaid, and Buddy Tate a few years bacK, n^ was 
at tte keys. 

As I 1^ tte restaurant, j»me<Hie rei|Mstod '^As Time' 
Goes By" and reaUai^ ^t itten Warher Brd^t chose 
Dooley Wfl»n for tte bmed "play it again, l^" role 
to "Cas ablanca ," ttey 'd have (tow Jilst as viQ toh*w» 
ctos^ Bill R<^s. As 1 entered the elevator, with toe dis^ 
«(iiha^ tt^ lydcground, I x»uM S^ Humi^in^ Bogitfrt 
to his ledoni and trMichcoat...^ane ^amilng t^t to tbe 
ba(^gt9nnd...toce twitchii«..a8 be promised to m^t iMrid 
Bergman after tte war. 

■'f Amemtei^d Ross sayl^tfikthellk^etocWoMlrtayei*- ' 
I guMS te miMirt tte kind that can project vivid memories! 



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Red Cross rteeds yon/ 



HARES BYnLY 
Pn^teit 



BRENT A, 
GwMral 




RHONDA mCOLL 
Edlta- 




DilmAf ro^iR 



tastoesi Muattr 




VffiLl t-^i\ • 



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week I 






areas, aad also in tte blood 
center's donor room. Any- 
one eaa qaaUfy as a nurs- 



R»i Cross Office 
jBteers, today at 628- 

srr. 282. 







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Virglnil BMCh aun, Oet. la, 1977 - A-i 



Ml lien beains where 
prayers left of f 



Ood ofittMi in TWewtter 
tills week in a place moft 
of us would never tUnk to 

lAAlr 



If put believe tht onlj' 
pli«(.'t* If ttiKl relwioft i.H iir 
the churcheb uf Clies- 
apeake, you're wrong. God, 
religloa and man's aH>ro&c]i 
to bot|» if being {resented 
in a iNfillWly humorous way 
in tbe atnlier Dinner Play- 
house production of "Amen, 
Amen." 

(t^ itM satrelisious. It's 
not a pbt down. lostei^ it's 
a tipott 'On man and his 
reHiliii attitudes and 
hiiitto. t's ourselves that 



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Brockett's 
laofhs sir 



"Amen, result is hilarious. 



No religion Is left out. 
BartW, Presbyter^, Cath- 
tfl^> Jewish aKt^nea Bud- 
d|«t get the inches, B«l the 
company emjAasizes the 
"We're in this tc«ether" at- 
ttttrie, making everyone in 
ftr the sane treatment. ' 'An 
Jft>is<MpaIian is a Ca^lic 
#0 votes Rqwblican," 
pipes one member of the 
cast. 



CM in blue Jeans and tee 

fftrts; the company rfmslsts 
an OEiergetic lot wix> work 
liarti to pull the show off. 
At titties they do and the 



Marcie Goidbe^, ot Virr 
glnia B^ch, steals the slww. 
In the "Mr. ami Mrs. NMfa" 
^etch^ rte di^cts ^stef- 
eG«-type Jewish wife, telling 
h«r husband Ik)w to Iwild tie 
ariE. "But it needs a ruddA-, 
Noah," ahenags. 

Goldberg's comic timing 
and buttling persoiallty 
gives life to every charac- 
ter she portrays. She makes 
the perfect "Teen Anel," 
fiutterisf around tte^^ti^ 
with a sliding halo and Ilea - 
venly look, fter Vlnrln Marv 
is membrable. "Joseph,'' 
she wWnes, "I want, 
a Jackie." 



An elementary school ad- 
aptation of the Christmas 
story, "No Boom In th# Inn," 
Is "Amen, Am«" at its 
best, jMsph wMrs Iwrn 
rimm^ glasses slunf^^ over 
on eye, A. vise man'^ crovn 
refuses to stay put. And 
no Me can figure mt mMt 
swaddii^ clothes are. 

At times, the pMucticm 
^irat^s th« poinband hence 
falls stert, A procession of 
"reljfiotts commercials" 
an supet^cial and corny, 
"bet your fingers do the 
tttlktaig through tlM rosary 
l^ds."^Or, "our pews, they 
hild you. they hug you, they 
IWld vou." Or still worsp 
"Wten you've said God 



wiser, ywi've said it best. 

Bi:t, there are also mo^ 
menti of revei^nce in "A- 
men, Amen." Aduetof"Av« 
Maria" and "Ut It Be,'*l 
sung by Julie J(«as<» a«^ 
Doig Waldo, lsk^«ft."Pa-|; 
ter Noster (The Lord's-, 
Prayer)" is esp^:iaIlypoig- ; 
naht as dancer Launi Ah(f 
Parsons interprets in sign 
language. 

It's religion, aU right. Tin 
sentimental as well as the 
humorous. Ttw pros, the 
conk. The triteand the novel. 
"Amen, Amen" has managed 
In. it's expertise as well 
as its inexperience, to con- 
vey man and his religion 
in a laughably, modem way. 




Amen, Amen at the Cavalier Dinner Playhouse 




Multt media ProductiMis instructors and graduates gather 
for graduatiOB ceremonies, hrid on Friday, October 7. 




Six voaen &r«|^ Vlrgloia Beach are oe the Loogvood 
CeMfge fi^ iioelly squad, tst row (1 to r) Varsity players 
KlB Fni1»ee iaiCarbl Pile 

tod row; teaior varsity players Debt Kioxel, Ginger Nick- 
lu, SoreM 9lt^*ti uxi Cinty Moss. 



Contemp 
art 



The Virginia Beach Arts 
Center will present an 
exhil^t on contemporary art 
by four artists from Finland 
for its October show. The 
display will go on vier Oct- 
ober 4 and omtinue throi^h 
October 27. Included are two 
painters, Veikko Takala and 
Pentti Uusiklya and two 
printmakers, TapioHailiand 
Armas Hursti. The printers 
incorporate many materials 
in their work, so that the 
pieces might well be called 
assemUages. Haili is a mas- 
ter of thr color woodcut and 
Hursti is a gifted etcher. 

Virginia Beach Arts Cen- 
ter hours are from 9 a.m. 
to 5 p.m. Tuesday through 
Friddy, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
on Saturday and I - 5p.m. on 
^inday; tiie Center is located 
on 18th Street and Arctic 
Avenue. 




ingle-family homes 
for young 



By LEI GAHILL 
SVN Public ^N Writer 



Tte C(ty Council of vuginia Beach la considering 
thrM ontiHaees which would parmit aero lot line eoo' 
stni^iDn fbr single- family detached houses. 

Zero lot line construction pemlts homes to be placed 
direetlf tt the lot line on one side, allowing all the side 
yard area to be combined on the other side. The ChU 
fadi« tlie adjoining lot is generally designed withwt 
wlogowJ affording the residence on the adjoiiiag tot pri- 
TtdL' Tte purpose of this type of construction is to permit 
siiwEl ItiiAU^ iiMM 00 smaller lots. 

Mcwhy Afternoon, council deferred, for two we^u, 
aettoa m tb« three ordinances for further study a»l review. 

Oat oMitKBCo provides ide yard M liMfor 

a siagk^tUaily detached buu«« n om which tM sett«ck 
may be iMMf than that required ta the applici^e district 
and nay be reduced to sero 

The second states that . ..ettack Uws 

may be designated for a og distrtct wUeb 

allovs it» provided that tlie reguiaifons accompa^lif such 
a line shall apply to only one of the lots to iteitti it is 



common. A UA may have only one zero side fad set- 
back Une pertain to it. (At present there arer«|ttire> 
m«its tor setbaii on both sides.) 

The ttird onttmnce establishes an R-IO Resid^itial 
District to allow aero M line coostructitv as tte prln- 
cig»l use. The district is similar to A-J Apartmwt 
mstrict enep* ttet multiple family dwelliags are mA 
permitt^. , 

RMltor Geroge Ayers Mid that sero lot Um eonstrae- 
tim Warn iM tht advances in more progressive ^nm^- 
ities 6yh(MtfP*ifwsts. 

He aid'liid te AsMrtcsn drwrn te still tteowMr- 
sbip of a single-ibnily teme taA sero tot Une homes on 
$,MW ^ure ta^ lines may be tte answer. Bei^^rt 
out ttet in (^U Ron, aa Ibl ^NMd^stidct ^j^^mn), 
whtoh tas been succesm' in 71 perceaft ^^aUm, 
it takw two iwwmes to purchase a home. The aero M 
Une home is a Mmpremise betweM the towalMse and 
a slngto-bnUy Mme. 

He aski^ wm^ to pass tte ordtaMWS ior ^ be^flt 
of ^ong people iHw i^M si^le-^mily MacM temes 
but on't attord item. 

Tte ordinances will l>e placed m tlw informal agMcta 
tut ^eusslon prior to cmsiiterattoa at tiw tormal meM^ 
on Ort. 24. 



Videotape training holds graduation 



The Multi Media Produc- 
tions Inc., sponsored video 
training school at 2226 Com- 
merce Parkway, completed 
Its taldayttmewminar Oct- 
ober 7 with the awarding of 
six certificates. 

Those receiving certifi- 
^t^ wf re Bdl) Peiidns, civ- 
ilian training specialist, 
Norfolk Police Department; 
WilUam Nielsen, Virginia 
Beach Police Department; 
Kathy Guion, admUiistraUve 



assistant. Department of Li- 
braries, Virginia Brach; Sgt. 
Ernest Rorrer, crime pre- 
vention department, Virginia 
Beach PoUce; Donna Gant, 
librarian, Virginia Beach 
City Jail; Lt. Henry Henson, 
Norfolk PoUce Department. 

Specia^sts teaching the 
courses were Robert P. Ccm-' 
neUy, Tidewater Community 
College; Ciel Kabler, Multi 
Media Producti(ms pre- 
sident; Gene Hanna, de- 



signer, director and consul- 
tant, now serving as regional 
sales director for Strand 
Century, Inc., ^ringfield, 
Va.; William R. Pippin, dir- 
ector of television, Plaza 
Jr. High School, and Steve 
Radcliffe, just completing 
five years as motion picture 
cameraman for the coml)at 
camera group and audio vis- ' 
aul command services for 
the U. S. Navy, now a part- 
time cameraman forWTAR- 
TV news department; Dr. 



Stan Tidctoii. Norfolk State 
College; Al Weiss, Avec E- 
lectnmics. 



FaU night ctasses have 
been scheduled for October 
24 - November 4 from 7 
- 10 p.m. A church video 
workshop ccmducted by Ms. 
Kabler wUl be held October 
27 from 10 a.m to 2:45 
p.m. and a legal video sem- 
inar November 2 from 10 
a.m. to 3 p.m. 



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A Cfftain amount of the nwney you earn belongs to you. 
AikI just as yc »u pay what ^^hi owe Others, you can pay off a 

iM>te to youreelf in easy installments. Open a savings 
dccdunt at Vii^nia Federal, theii each payday depo^ the 
nwrwy that belongs to you. Unlike other installment plans 
the **Y<iu-owe*^)u" will jxit you in the black. It's a beautiful 

teeling...Y(Hi'll be etiming insteidofpiq^r^ iirt^ni^. 

A. W Virginia Federal ^ 

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An October 
Country i-air 



St. Aidaa's E{Ascq;»l 
Ctaurch U KlMg's Grant heM 
Us amual Country Fur, Sat- 
■Klay, <k:tol)«r I from 9-4. 
the trMsures and coi^rl- 
lNiti(ms (A over ItS femilies 
v«re dt^kyed mAw t gi- 
ant tent and throug^wt the 
church groumls. Plant 



booths. id-s«w(i 

ami v.^ni iaiiit«a craftfy 
clothfs, atUc treasarfs, 
furalture< «iHriJaiK«s. bocAs, 
and (nkMl («»di» w«re awui' 
able. But ttM bimeftt attne- 
tlt» was the Oyster jter, 
where raw oysters were] 
shucked and cooked. 



Lynnhaven to link 
toach and Chesapeake 



He trtdltioMl mmf Bar wan tte hlghligbt Qf the Fair. 





ETefTOM ^knn4'wp at tte ^ iJdui's Country Fair 
M Me lAat treasures emld be found. 



IIM|1« Denetak. of New Cttte Rotd, isfites one and aU to| 
$aM^ Am i^ eotidflg itf the St. AMaa ladles. 



CCffiRECT^)!!: T^ SpN re- 
^,fB«tS|i« miMiwlUpt :4n, flie 
v«T^Ke« QUI stof, iBj|het)f|o- 

bo- # issue. 11k ^^sident 



at tbe studeirt Itodj Tidewater 

CblMttufflty College til Vlr- 

l|0ipfieafe& to6iNJi«0elMrt 

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' The Virt^ Beadi De- 
partmoit (tf Parks and Re- 
creation is haiipy to an- 
Boonce . that trahspoiWiOB 
for saior dtis«is to the 
Virttinia Beach Recreation 

Coiter ismwailalable.TMs 
service wiU begin October 
3rd Witt the two pldc up 



ft':-'' ■;■ t.vfv**. 
jxAirts being Pembroke Hi|ll 
(eitfraBee by water fountria) 
and Princess Anoe Plaza 
(in troat of Rice's) on Itoo- 
day, Wednesday and Friday. 
The bus will arrlTe at 10:SD 
AM, and retam at approxi- 
DUteify 3 P.M. The daUy 
pnyram for senico* citizens 
indades bowling, shuffle- 



•lit \.' <''■}€' i:'±r-*t J '»H* r) 

board, crafts, swimming, 
trips, pot hMdc hocheons, 
and much more. 

For information coot^m- 
ing this tnoH^NirW^ ser- 
vice (^11 Oe Vliflidft/iltch 
Departmetat of^arks and Re- 
creation SenitH- Citizen line 
at 467-4316. 



ByLEEC^ILL 

SON P^Uc AMiM Writer 

Lyntaveo I^kway in 
Virgil BmfA wlU con- 
nect frtth Volvo Parkway in 
Chesapeake .Mder « revisitm 
(tf the Master Street ani 
J^M^P&fe slatedforVir- 
ginfit Mai^. 

MoMay a^mon Vir- 
ginia Beach City Council ap- 
pwved a rMUf^nrat tf the 
propMed Lj^tvra Part- 
vay from c:«rter«iUf Tura^ 
^e west to tt$ Chesapeike 
city line to ^tablish an a- 
UffBDMk wttdi wpld pro- 
vide for toe uittnnte erten- 
sicn to Volvo Pirkvay to 
Cteapeake; 

Under tto present plan, 
Lyndtti^ Parkway ^eods 
from toe ia^nB«id false 
C^ Parkway (Princess 
Anne Road), fidtows a sec^ 
turn oi Reeraatton Drive, 
Islersecto Kempsville and 
loops aroand College Park. 

The idan is to tbe Beach 
|HX9Mals for the next 20 

JUTS. 

Ctty Manner George L. 
Hudwry, at anitfcnrmalses- 
ilon of cowKil, Mto that 
the road, i^eh now t«rmin- 



Charity 
Bazaar 

wants you 



The women of L.W.M.L. 
and the Ybuth Group of 
Prince of Peace Lutheran 
Church tovite ypu to visit 
our Talent Fair and White 
Elephant Sale to be held In 
the Fellowship ifall of the 
church at 424 King's Grant 
Road on Friday, October 14, 
from 1 t9 3.|^.to. .apd Sfit- 



m. to4pji4.. .,- . ,i«. 

All kinds of hahct &me6 
items, plants, homemade 
cakes, cookies, caixfy, books 
and brIc-a-brac i^ be for 
sale. This will be an eicel- 
lent oiqnrtunity to do seine 
early Ciu'istmas shcndng, 

Refreshmento wiU also be 
sold at a nominal cost. 



The many faces of Sandy 



By JOAN COATES 
SUM Staff Writer 

It's hard to tell who Sandy Canada really is. 

CuxUdate's wife, hnnemaker, reformer, promoter, teach- 
er, i^rto boff, st^otber,' wife. 

Will toe real Sandy Canath please stand q>? 

How anybody can find toe time for oi» role is a query to 
some but toat Sandy CaaMia can do so much U aaybo^'s 
guess. 

Saody is the wife to A. Jos^ Canada, Virgii^ Lieu- 
toiant Goi^mor ta^^ul. Ste doesn't feel she's toe "woman 
behind the man," Ae said. "He's toe sraator and I'm 
aiofist vhat I'm dMi)«. " 

WlBt &ndy does is cartpaign six days a wedc, tnvding 
aromd Viri^ato visittag small towns. While there she 
cooduds opea doer o^etings, vlsito r^cue sqwds and 
sp^s for her ludMBd w^ he to lat tide to !» toere. 
flK toM^^be's visitied troud'TO towns bq^laidiv last 
s^mer, Utting about toi^e w toar a ihy. 

Sff^ch making doem't coum ^sy to &ndy. "If someoK 
hMl Md me a year ago, I'd bit makii« q^eecfaes, I mold 
torn liinted," she said, "mm Joe and I were married 
1 ttU 'he qwech«V< 

Birt &ndy believes to pt^ltive tUnUag ahd after giving 
terself a f^at p^ t$Sk, s^ beouie omvtoced a^ coidd 
(to It "I ^iU get hvttefltof ,^ the added, "bat it geto 
easier. I've got a lot totattaboot - Joe's' ^lificati(»s," 

Mot ody does &ndy talk tixntter hasbandim tef travels, 
bid she g^ to pnmiote her qteciaj i^erest - emerg^i^ 
medical service, especially cantto putmoeary resvsitotial 
(CPR). Accwding to &uidy, "VirgMt spmts an nateUttt- 
ably tow amon^ an emeigency sMnrices. to Vi 
Beach, we have good Mrvice, bet lathe rural 
we tave only tbe basics. " 
» natoed in CM, a tecta^^ to r^ve ^rt 
otfiiuy iHi* »uijit$a With to« kiuilKug « lAiNghttrr^ iui 
y^rs as a vol^eer. 1^ pt}^ tas beM able to 
s(Mtte type of alt to the Vtogtoto leaeh hostel for 
last five y«rs. 

She s«M Hit t^ toOmto^^^Md IfherhMbaalto 
el«^ed. "1 hope to mtftaM l» proMote era." the old. 

&mdy emfdHudz^ Mt brato (tonage wouki start as fa^ 
M fotr fflimdes ater toe hMrt st<^. "&«emtothe 
fmily or on tte^^^ should kp^ tow to do i^" mtM. 
"It's a very msf ttli^ to ImItb. Wemw havtene^ 
to mt and said my taabiad iMd a ^ulattoek. Iflte^ 
only known vhat to (to. " 

As to CPR, to nost tMtonees Atfty awl A» m» ^e 
to eye. Phito«9ldttl^, ttM to. 

"We prMy moeh i«ree," bady saM. "Sm^ii^^i 
(hNi't wdentofld w^ a peiMh ntu a CMtoto my. TM'n 
atd then and don't mtonlnd {aand^^, m.) We 
^" rim mm. "I tttm Ms menrnt I reipeet hln 
iBdloAvtoUn." 



Bid se^ng eye to eye physically is anotoer matter. 
It's'dMQt like Mutt trying to catoh Jeffs eyewittout 
having to Uxk Untight q>. Joe stands 6 fort 4 and San^ 
is a mere 5 fWd t. 

"1 met him on a idind <^te," she recalled. "I lm»w 
who he was of eourae, but Tasked my Mend (win set 
up the dtate) 'will he be able to find me'." 

The Canada's lave beoi married for two years now 
and live to Virgiida ^ach. Joe's two dau^ters, IS and 11 
years <dd, canpaigh vtto them. Ttey travel across Vir- 
ginia to their Winnebago. 

An ez-elemeotary schocd teacter, Sandy gave np teMhtog 
this year to (nrder to devc^e more time to toe campaign 
and CPR. t^ tes toqght seowd, third and fcmrt graders 
for toi years at Cocdce Elementary ^iM»l. 

A wcmtan who "likes to stay a^ve," SwSf tfmia^ 
likes to ski and play tennis, altooogh she doera'thave 
too much tine for it itese days. And secretly, she one 
day htfw to tipm » cMhlng store. 'Titon't want to sit 
tA. heme,** IM ttfcl. "I like to stoy active and Ntwsy.'* 





atea at Pnncess Anne huad, 
will connect Greenl^rler In- 
dustrial Park in Chf sapeake 
with toe Lynnhaven land Oce- 
ana West Industrial Paits 
in Virgtoia Beach. It wUl 
also give the Beach anotter 
tto (in Mldlti« to Indian 
River Road) to toterstate 



64. The plan may teoii^ to 
spur the federal govemmest 
to provide some funds for 
tbe project, Banbury said. 
Chesapeake has not ex- 
tended Volvo Parkway yet. 
HaJdntry said that the BeB<di 
may have to build Us por- 
tion first. 




Virginia Beacli 
Public No tiGes 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

The VinMa Brnteh Mard of ZonngA^^ls wiUceadnct 

a Publfc Mearing en Wettoesday, Noiwibu> i, wn. 

stl'M P II. in ttw Circuit Court Room ««, City Hall, 

Viq^ai^ Beach, Vii^toia. The foUowiag ap|dtoafi(»s 

will Ijipear OB the igi^a. i< 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Albert R. JBlanchard re(|uesto a vartonce to allow toe 
paridng of au^or recreational equipm«it to front of a 
boilding Instead oS behind the nearest porUoo of a build- 
ing «ljacent to a public street on IM 6, BtoekSS, 
SeetioB S, PriQcess Anne Ptoza, 420 GarrisOB Pla^. 
Lyunhaven Bonn^. 

2. WiUiaffl C. Stroup requests a vai^nee of IQ fed 
to a "6" side yard setoaek (north i»>operty liM) iartiid 
of 10 feet as required Utility buUdiog) on Lot 15, «ock 
L. Se«^k» 3, Part 1, Fairfield, 367 Basilica Cowrt. 
Km^i^lle Borough. 

3. Robert L. and Betty D. Godfrey request a variance 
to altow the parking of major recreational equlpncot 
to front d a building Instead of behind toe nearer por- 
tion of a tnildtog adjacent to a public street on Lot 1, 
Block I, Section 17, Parcel A, Princess Anne PUxa, 
3327 Lake Crest Road. Princess Anne Bonnyh. 

4. Oiarl^ W. Dorsey requests a variance to allow toe 
paiting of major recreational equipment in front of a 
iMiilding instead of behind the ntak-est portion of a build- 
ing atqacent to a public street on Lot 12, IH>rti<n of 
Blocks 19, 20 and 21, Pecan Gardens, 3705 Forest Glen 
Rmd. Kempsville Boroi^. 

5. Al|ack, QIC. requests a variance of 25 feet to a 10 loot 
s^badE frofldi Ash Aveme instead of 35 feet as renii^ 
<tf Part of L^ 2QJM*oi«h 26, Block 21, Thalia VilUtge, 
Viifigla ^ckfoaMnii. Kempsville Borough. 

6. 3UlUm P. Campo requesto a variance to allow the 
parait of major i^r^tlonal equipment to front iH a 
twdUing instead (rf Iwhiod toe nearest portion oLa 
btti^ng adtoeeif to a public street on Lot 9, Blockm 
section lO^B, Windsor Woods, 36^ S. Gladsttffle k^. 
Kemi»ville Borough. 

I. Elmer Cummins re<piests a variance cd 10 toet to a 
20 foot frtMit yara #ethadc In^^ oi 30 toHUKe- 

B. James I. imd Kiy'^E. Pu^s requeist a vari«i[|^''lo 
tUow toe pairing oi major recreaticmal ei^pment to front 
of a building Instead (d behind toe nearest portion oi a 
buiiang adjacent to a public street on Lot 21, Bl^k\ 
3, Secti(m 8, Part 1. Windsor Woods, 220 Parkway 
■^'w ' KMnnsvIlIe Borough. 

9. W.'J. Miller rcfquests a variance of 1.16 acres of land 
fA 1 M «(•«■«« n# ijtnt) in<;tea(i af s arrp«: Af land as re- 
hired tor a church ona 1.84 Parcel, Section 4, Kemps- 
viUe Helghto, 247 Overland Road. Kempsville Boro^h. 
variance (d 3 feet to a 7 foot r^r yard setback ana oi 
3 feet to a 7 foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet 
each as reqidred on Lot 12, Block N, Secttcp 3, Bel- 
lamy Mai»r Estates, 4844 Ashmeade Court. 
Kempsville Borough. 

II. Rmakt A. and Kay P. Henley request a variance of 
10 foet to a 10 foci side yard setoaek (east property line) 
and of 10 f^t to a 10 foot rear yard setback instead of 
10 feet ^cb as r«]nired cm a Parcel, Prcfierfy of 
Ronald Hniey, Pu^o, 1733 Back Bay Landing Roni. 
PungoBorot^, 

12. Alfred F. SeiMed requests a variance of 4 feeito 
a 1 foot si(te jMird s^back (west poverty UBe}^toMl 
<d S fe^ as rwiuired (heat iNimp) oa L<d87,^ii|s 
Potot, 3352 Ktog Bichara Codrt. Lyw^v^BfKm^ 

13. RAett Berman by Edward R. Ro^^ A^We^, 
re^^s a nrlance td S.8 fe^ ton 10.2 tod ^rorit yard 
seOMciE instMd of S^ fe^ a$ re^dred (w«d property 
line-pr«90sed garage apartment) and of 1.6 fe^ to a 3.4 
foot side jmrd setback inst^d of 5 feet as required 
(south pit^rty Itoe) and of 7.6 feet to a 24 foot tide 
yard setback iostrad of 10 feet as required (norto proper- 
ty line) laid Id ^ feet to a 10 foot rear yard s^hack 
instead of £9 feet as re<^rad (d a rear yard a^ieent 
to the Attontic 0<^ ranipcsed a(Mittoeto«dMiog house) 
on Lot 3, Block 15, Cape Henry, 6406 Oceanfrort. 
hfm$a.iwB6vo^. 

14. Rtqr and Jean Beasley reqwst a variance to aUow 
the part[^ of major recreatltmal equij^ent to front of 
a buUetoig instead (d behind the nearest portlota <d a 
bnildiiif adjacod to a public street on Ltd 10, Section 
21, Mnc^s Ai^ Ptoza, 43? N. Bettane Drive. 
Princess Anne Boro^h. 

15. Jam«s Wittiam Ccmaway i^qv^to a variaBix of 3 
toei.to t 7 fool side ^rd s^twck Instead at 10 tMdIa 
require (mst property liite-attoched'^nqj^ MQUte) 
(» Lot TO, Si^dko 1, PembndK Hentows, 4444 Ro%tos 
Drive. Bayside Borough. 

16. Jam^ Beauchsmp, Jr. re^csto a varton(% to al- 
low y» parking of major rect^tioml »^to>md to 
fr«t Id a !MiliUi« iasimA of b^dnd toe nearest portien 
<d a boHdlBg adjaceot to a public stN^ o* LM f , Mick 
5, ^itton 4, Ihndsor Woods, 3809 Windsor Woods Bm- 
lerard. Kempsfilto ttMtNigb. 

17. Bnry K. Ec^tot requite a variam^e of lOfe^to 
a 25 fo(d s^back fti>n todepMdnee B(Mlemrt uid^^td 
16 toet to t 19 foot settou^ from ftitfMshnacytle 
instep of 3t feet ^cfa as reqdirM of Lot 1, Pembrote 
Professtoeal Pa A, I»^pra«m» Bmderard and Inde- 
pentenee Circle. BAysm BonMgh. 

18. Sid P. and P^lUs A. &mate request a vaUaMe 
of 1 foot to a 9footsideyardsMteekiwtariof»le«t 
as r^dred (wMt ^^ertf HaA <w 1M 8, Btttt I, 
Wtodsw Woods, sm Vm Baren Drive. Ken^vtUe 
Bmi^. 

19. C^ CoqwrattM by fi^rto B. Ltodsl^ Jr. 
a variant to altow toe ^om^mM a i 
IdltoMTd OB toe ^ne pared of tod and to vaim to» 
ni(09i vMa^ oi Mrt tf Lot 19^ 20, 21. 22, 44 and 
ekMMd fam» of CoU^ie OrMt, BlMk 29, EwUd Place, 
Vlr^U^ Bm(A toultvard mi DorsM Avenm. Bbystoe 
Boroogh. 

20. Gerald Rubinger, et als re^mt an etc^nte per- 
mit nteiston of the B-3 (C«dnl Bn ' ~ 
boaadary afproiimately 35 feet to % 
to the pniparty Use and a se«ai]^i^sto«Mrilwly 
dlreetloa aot to nMjdJ6toetm%vmAoti:itiam, 
Plat df ThaUa, j^^Hwce ^itevard aid I^Ok- 
SoBthem RallroadM^nllle Bm^. «f»»^ 
ALL AP" '". MUST APPEAR BITOTE T^E 



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Betch Sua. Oct. 12, mt - A-7 



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.uit Court of 
'iitini« BMf! 

In the matter ol 
DistrttMiUon of the Estate 
of G«rtnidfl Thomson 
C.P. #4611 

IT APPEARING that a 
report of the accounts (rf 
the personal representa- 
tive of GERTRUDE THOM- 
SON, deceased, and of the 
debts and demands against 
the esUte have heeo filed 
in the Clerk's Office (4 this 
Court, iM that more tbaa 
•li (6) months have elap- 
sed since the qualiflcatiw 
of the personal repre- 
ti«a|aUjn, on motion (tf 
first k Merchants National 
Banit, Executor of the last 
win and testament of Ger- 
trude Thomson, deceased. 

n l4. ORDERED that tte 
erMttt«rt of the said de- 
esdent and of her estate, 
and all other persons inter- 
ested in said estate, miear 
In this Court on the tsth 
dajr of October, 1977, to 
i^M csiisei^lttM tM pajr- 
>i«rt anddeUveryofttew- 

lltt, without rmuuu^ 
tend, to the distrihtttees 
wder said dece(teat's vUl. 
A copy of this Order 
shall be published on<» a 
wedi for two coDse<»tiye 
weeks in the Vlncinia Bench 
Sun, a newspaper pubUdwd 
in the City of Vii^na 

;. Beech, Vin^. 

*H.L. Lam, Judge 

fK copy teste: JtAa V. 

IFflBtress, Clerk 
By J. Cnrtis Fruit, D.C. 
HsrbertA Bohannon 
Svi^4(a, PlaxaOne 
Nonolk. Virginia 23SiO 

VBS.10/13-W/19 - 2t 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
bfheCteric's Office of the 
Ciramt Court of the City 
of VirginU: Beseh, Vs. on 

tW«thdayo<Oct*er,l«1 

Deborah Ami Smsihaii^, 

PlsioUfl, 

MpaliMt 

Ifichael WayneSensihsudi, 

Defendairt. 

The obJe(^ of this sutt 
Is to obtato a ^voTCe a 
J^BCiito mi^rUUMiU from 
iglp sMrf defendant, qN» 
IBk WtHms Of Section 20> 
il#(ft)of'thel»SOCode 
of TJUfliia, as amended. 

Aii^ an affidavit havii^ 

^lHAn^Wm Slate «*rWr- 

gWtf^ tte Is^ Jmown poiA 
t oBtei ttU^ss beii«; S319 
' San DainiBgoSbreet,Ctear- 

water. Ttoriai SSSli it is 
"^ ordered that he do appear 

mtarMon tte 28fii day 
. of Ifovmher, 1977 and do 
^ what only be necessary to 

protect his imm^st is ttis 
'suit. 

■A coff-Teste: John V. 
^Fortrras 
'8yrPattfA.Keenehan,De- 

pnfarClot 

J* Owsnl Zoby 
.SnttelQO 

Q»e lihln PUIS East 

l^rfidk, VA2SStO 

VlS-lO/U-W/19-10/26 

OKDES OF PUBUCATl^ i 
k^^tteCleit's Office of the 
Gireuit Omrt of the City 
ot. Virginia Bench. VA.^ 
Ml tte Mh day of October, 

Mtt B. Schram, 

4iirinst 

Mm U. Schram, a/k/a 

llMnlCcMi^on 

PeftiB^laiit 

Tta oUect of thU suit 
li to (Main s Hmrct a 
^enk) nu^rlaM»U ttsm 
tte mM 4ef«Bdurt,^onthe 
^rtfiaito of <m year 
sqwMttcn. 

And an affidavit fasvisg 
bMn n»de and AM that 
tte tUTOMfaBt in a aon-re* 
iMmI^ tte State of Vir- 
ffegla» ttn tatft Jmowa pi»t 
otter iddr«ns b^ng: 21 
iM^r^Mt, Apt. 9,lMw 
M. He* York 10014 ttis 
ordered Unite doiwMr 
St Bt bflB^*tts 2Mhday«f 
mH0^, iWl and do 
j^ HMNP he necMsary to 
^^ Us Merest is Ms 




being 633 Ab 

Win'ia ne4/i|) 

n of 

'f NovemlMr , i 
aoa do what may be n- 
essary to protect her 
terest in this 
A copy-t«st( 
Fentress 
By: Patti 



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A^egf-TMte: Jotm V. 

1^ MaU A. Keeortan, De- 

m&aUi. OUvierl 
Sidto Ul, PMMtskeFoir 

Btnbn^Ott£« Ptfk 

Wn^ifeBsMArVA. 

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BS- 10/12- 10/19 -10/2* 
1/2 ' 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
fit' the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of VlrgisU Bench, VA, on 
ttn 4tli day ofOetober, 1977 
^U* James I' 



Jcta v. IsMtnM, Cl«k 
By: J. C^Us Frtft, De- 



E. IfeCardeU, Jr. 
VMMta Bench, VfrglUa 



M- 



waiisf 
Sttwl 



J^oda 



itfefrlOe Tfinn^r Uvi-i 



to obtain a divorce 
■ matrtmon" 



VU; 10/12^tO/19-10/»- 



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a »«A, VA. « 



■!^-fi 



irainia Beach Public Notices 



iMMB 



puty, Clerk. 
William R. O'Brten 
1369 Laskln Soad 
VlrginU Beach. Va. 23451 

VBS-10/12.10/19-W)/26. 
11/2 - 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: 

tt tte merk's (Mice (rf the 
Clrtult C<mrt oi the City 
of Virgima Beach mite Sth 
4iy<tf0cW>er, 1977. 
Ursula li.JahBda, Aarmer- 
ly Umda II. Btrter, and 
JM#hR^Mto«; her bus^ 
baiid, 1^1 Kent Lane 
^^nla Beach. Vlrftma 

Complainants 

V. 

Smith S. Woodboose, Bsl-- 
ntt. Ann Bitlttmi^V^^ 
S. Woodbouse, W.D. wood- 
house, Sart Woodheuseijknd 
all partte hiving vtsitaUoo 
or ottier rights In ttegnve 
site of "San itroodttMse" 
loeatsd on ttat W shMrn 

titted ''RE^ttlKVl^ OF 
LOTS I AND 9, W^Y - 
SHORE CSTATS&^C - 
TION two, LY^AVEH 
BCn0U(UI.VIRC»NIA 
BEACH, VtRGmU." If Uv- 
iti| a' tf aM 4il^m be 
dead, thui the nrvbttg 
q)Ous«i, b^rs, deviiees 
and «i<^»sora in tlOe to 
mck d^wdaals tirt»M bst 
known pui oOce addnm 
is s^Bon who are made 
parties det«idiBt by the 
general dMsNMton of 
"Parties UgitBOwn'% 
D^mtMts. 

SI CHANCERY 
DOdCETMO. 

C-77-155e 

This suit Is brou^ pur- 
suut to tte ittovlsloiis of 
Section 57-99 of the 1950 
Code ofVliflnls^ntiunnod- 
ed, ftt- tbe puipose of hav- 
ing the ttmka MoTMd in 
the jJiandoned grav* site of 
Sin Woodbouse located dn 
the lot designated as Lot 
9B, Ifeown on the idat en- 
tttled "Resubdlvlsion of 

lyeA^Borooi^ >f »^- 
Vii^inia," re- 
moved to some more snlt- 
able repoti tory by a rqiota- 
Ue funeral director in 
strirt acendance vrtfii the 
stasdhsds of Us nrofesslon 
and In a maimer bavlae due 
reqwet for ^ dead and 
the senslUUties of tteir 
living heirs and nmct of Un. 

And affidavit Imvingbnen 
made and filed ttiat:wpnr- 
tla respondeat nre: un- 
known: tkti fiudr «her«i- 
bouUsrc aMmeiuadttelr 
last and iffMeU post office 
ad<b«SMS are uikaomi; 

It tsaceoE^iiilyOSOER- 
EDaniDE($^DtMthe 
above named persons, 
helrs-tf-law; and n«rt of 
Un of Smith S.Woo(ttoase, 
Barrtnt A«l BrUtinn^, 
Job S. Hfoodhoose, W. D. 
WoottOHse, Sara Wood- 
house, and all i^trtifis Wr- 
ing vlsttatlan or otter 
rights In file Snra Wood- 
bouse grave ^e totaled 
on ttm lot itestgnatod as 
Lot 9B, shown on tt»>at 
enUtled 'Resubdlvl^ga of 
Lots t and 9, JBiqrdiore 
Estatsi, Sedloii Two, 
Lya^vn B(»tNliA * Ylr- 
gtaU Bench, VUtlida,'' if 
Uidng or If m of theii be 
dead, then tteir survlidiv 
ifwttses, hUrs, devisees 
and successors in title of 
such said defendants whose 
last kaown post otttee ndd- 
reds la mdtnown, and ^vbo 
are nude parties <Msn - 
dant bytbegeoeml descrip- 
tion "Partlss Unkaown". do 
anenr on or before tib 14th 
of November, 197? uid do 
1^ Is necessary to pro- 
tod tbeir iateresto. 

And it is further ORDER- 
BD tbat a cony of thU Or- 
ator be puUiabed ones a 
week for four successive 
iraeks in theVlrglnUBonch 
ta, s newqmfier pnUlsbed 
and tavim nneral elrcnja- 
flontrthpCi^ofVlr^nia 
^u±, andttit|ieqgrhB%- 
of be ported at tte MA 
dow 4rf tte Caiui B^M 
ot m mmli Ctiurt of the 
City of Vlrglniti^ch, Vtr- 



Tbe object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo nutrimoni from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one (1) year 
sepnratlqD. 

And an affidavit havii* 
been made and filed that 
the def«Uant is « non-re- 
sldeof of the Stnt* ot Vir- 
ginia, the lart known post 
otflce address being: 1495 
Woadvlew Lane, Charles- 
ton, SoiMi CandlnaMU 
it is (vdered ttat lin do 
apfMr on » brtffe the 
23vd Illy of Vovember, 1977 
v4 do Mat am$ be ne- 
eessiury to fMfOtedbher ia- 
tereMlntUs«tft.t 
A eonr^Testft JOm V. 

By:PtttlA.KeeB«haa,De- 

EtyClsrk 
dmrdJ. t^ns 
Suite m_R(9«tw Bb%. 

P.O. tot mf 

Mrfdk,YA 13514 
VB8-lO/ll-io/l»-l0/l»- 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In fi» Clerk's Office of the 

Clreiiit Court of tbe City of 

Vlrrtnla Beich..YA., on liie 

19tir«^of leetember, 1977 

John Albert IQMble, 

nuntlff, 

aalnrt' 

OilstlnaAldnRenser 

Xnolilo, 

Defeodast. 

Theol^eet oftiissHltis 
to obtain a dIvMve n mens 
et tkno to be merged Into 
a dlvoTM a vinculo matrt- 
modi ft«n ttwsnidd«Mi- 
dant, upon tte grounds of 
desertion ud abandon - 



And an affidavit hayiiv 
been made and filed that the 
defendtfrt Is a non-resident 
of tte8tMeofVlrdua,tte 
last known port oroce add- 
ress belog: Box 511. #820 
Port OttUite BnuKh^Dny- 
tena Beach. Florida It Is 
(»dered that she do eppsar 
iMrw vitUn ten riO)daysnf- 




to] 

is 
A conr-Teste: 
Ffldi^ess 
Bft Psm A. Keene}ian, De- 

rif, Cl«t 
Miles DumvlUe 
1700 Firrt VIrgInU Bsnk 
Tower 

101 St. Paul's Blvd. 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

1^1-9/21,10/5,10/12,10/19 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
U the Clerk's Office Ot the 
Oreifit Court of the Qltj 
of VIv^ntoBeniBh, Vs. on tbe 
21 St dnyof8iDtember,1977 
EleenoirCaru J^tet 
Forks 



Plal&, 



Dunne Forkey, 



The o^ert of tUs sUt 
is to ditals a dlvwee a 
mensn rt tburo from tte 
said d nftndnat, upon tbe 
gionade of oraeUir - C^- 
stniCTive oesemon. 

And eh affidavit haviag 
been made and AM ti^ttke 
dafendnat Is a noihrMldnnt 
of tbe State of VIrgInU, 
tte lart kaoura port office 
idibreM brtng: Geoege 
Strert. RDfl, Lisle, Rw 
Yofk. 13797 It to ordered 
thU he do ^ipearbereiritt- 
la tea (I0> ihja gRer due 
p^Ucatloo hereof, and do 
whit any be necasMry to 
protert Utf Weresk In tU« 
nrt. 

A eoi^-Toste: Jdm V. 
Fii^pMS 

^Pi^A.Kewiebss.De- 
P#,CSeri( 
mm Telch, Jr. 
701 One Ibln Mnxa Enrt 
fimm, VA 23510 

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Onn OF MBUCATION 
uiie Ortk's (Xlk»«f tbe 
euadt t^titeffiM^of 
VIMnto^^ tm^ Vit o» the 
21rtaif ^tMember, 1977 
RrthLaettkmMMeh 
Ipiis. a/1^a RuttLnellte, 
C^ttan Co^fir luglws, 
IWHtttt. f 

Ondd: 
Mh 

%fhe o^ert of ttia mdt 
to to^Atein a Mimm Ui* 
s#M end tei Mm fito 



^knd Ml itfMMtt hMtog 



due pobiication hereto, and 
do what mnv be neeesnry 
to protect Us iat«N«t in 
tUs salt. 

A eopy-Teste; iiM V. 
Featreu 

By: Pettt A. Keenehan. De- 
.puty, Clerk 
RdUnL. Hughes 
»«4 Tomcat Court Nortt 
VirfiUa Beach, VA 23454 

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ORDER OF fUBUCATION 
Uttl Cmt'sOBlceoftte 
CttmM Cam of tte City 
of TiqU^ Bsarti, Va. on 
the IM&y Of S^tember 
19f7. 

D^eaa Finite, 
naiitftf. 



MSlMIt 

TlomM 



J. Fttley, 
DaAmdsrt. 

Tl^ uLjecl of tUs suit 
Is to (MUa a divorce a 
rtsindo maMnmnUfiiMi tte 
saM difeadart. ipm the 
groands of ttis defendart's 
e«aflnement to tbe peUtn- 
Herjror in the nlterdatln. 
bnvttg lived separate ibd 
aiart tor mom than om 

And an nflldnvit Utim 
been made and filed Omtfiie 
difiidart Is a non-resldert 
0fthe8tateflfVli^.Hto 
lart kaowa port omceidd- 
ress belag: Fedoral Cor- 
rertloanl brtlbrta. ISWl 8. 
E. I37tt Aveaae, lOami, 
Florida 33m it to order- 
ed that he do appear here 

irttidh tea (10) days after 
mm MbUeanoa hereof, aad 
do imt may be aeeessary 
to ^tfotortus Irterert to 
tUssRlt 

A Odpy taste: Joha V. 
FjHress 

By: PntfiA.KeeBebaa,De- 
puhr,Cl«lt 

Calade lliehael Sclaldone 
324 London Blvd. 
(Mb Towe, Portsmoutt, 
Va. 23704 

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ORDER dP^^tmtlCATIOtf 
In tbe Clerk's Office of tbe 
Circuit Court of tbe City 
of Vinlida Beech, Va. on 
file 19tt day of September, 
19W., 

TMry^AIanDettman, 
PUirtiff, 



Agaee Teresa l^lvia Dett- 



Dafaadart. 

Tbe ob)ert of thto suit 
to to obtato a divorce a 
vlamdo mMrttoctilifinmthe 
said defaidaat. i9on the 
^ouads of haviai lived se- 
lerttte aid «srt fwr s per- 
tod of moro tbaa ode y«er. 

Jm » nflldavtt having 
beiaiiide aad filed ttrtthe 
drtsadM to ft Boa-resldmit 
of fill Stote of ^titm. 
the list known port office 
eddrees belor tt» Chases 
Uae, lOddtetown, Rbode 
muk It to ordered fiiat 
Urn do i^PMr here witUn 
tea (10) days after dae pub- 
Ueattoa bsreof, aad do what 

»b« aeeessary to pro- 
hariatarerttofidssult. 
A eop^-Teste: John V. 
tFastress 

||& faitt A. Keenehan. De- 
|ab«€3rtt 

AtMdto Mftt'l Bank BUg. 
Rorlolk, Va. 23510 

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OmmSL OF fUBUCATION 
Bdbe Cl«k's Office of fiie 
CirMit OMrtoftheCityof 
VtniBto Beach, VA.. on file 
SMii Of ^tekber, 1977 
KsthleeaA. LafOrm GUpto 



€^9gBff 8. GSIfiM, 




b^r of tte ^• 
torSSMMa it 




YAJMiltttoar. 




lays j^M- 



ftoeh^etofOdssattto 
to oM^a #«Mrce a vln- 
eitta4MwiMM fiom the 
ssid MiiiiMi. «on the 
s^amte 
and jput iMMMt MV eo- 
irtfliflrt to- 
a pM^od of 
ir. 

rtt haviag 
fltod M 

, liaiheeaueed 

oa'to MAItf ^ tte Com- 
l^ttunrt to ae^Kirtn to 
wUA.'oena^ or eoi^^on - 
ttok ^^MaduA Is, j^ 
^it e|MiSt' ttie h^ imown 

III 4 W^OY dilnnyi 
rmiyittl, VA. tttoer- 
daJM:ttM^ be do meu* 
iHtt iMfa tea nCW 
tfir 4Mt jiiMfinm feire> 
«( «d JiwiitfMiybeai. 
oeMurf le ffiHrt Us la* 
teierttattiaaM. 
A enr-TeM: Mta V. 

tiMs 

i^ 9tm A. Meartma, De- 

AflMnW 

vAaitt 

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ORDER OF PUBUCAnON 

In tte Clerk's (Mfice of tbe 

Circuit court of the City 

of Virginia Beneb, VA, on 

the 2Srd day of Sq««nber. 

1977. 

Omrlsne Fay Gustaltts, 

Platoftff, 

iialMit ' 

Irian Leo nmottor Gu^i- 

tu 

DUMtoU. 

tha ob^Mt of tUs ^t is 
to Obtetoa divwce a vln- 
e#r li^rlBMnll from tbe 
s^ detwdart, i«>on tbe 
grounds of one y^r sep- 
arattoBi 

^d an afttdartt bavii« 
been made and filed that 
the daiintert to a non-re- 
sUeat of tte Stote of Vlr- 
glida, the lart known pmt 
(^ee adib-Ms being: 1211 
Rto Grande, Colorado 
Springs, Colorado, 80910 it 
to mrdered fiait he do ap- 
pear here witUn ten (10) 
dqrs rttor due publicstion 
bo'eQf, and do wlmt may be 
necessary to iat>tert Us to- 
tererttotUssuit. 
A eo|7-Terte: Jobn V. 
Fentress 

1^: PatU A. Keenehan, De- 
puty. a«rk 
Jen7 Ftoher 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Granby Strert, Office 
350 
MortoUcVA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

la file Cleric's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tbe City 

of Virglnto Beach, VA, on 

file 26th day of S^ember 

19^. 

Alice Mae Ganris, 

PlUntlff, 

agalnrt 

Garvey Ray Garrls, 

Defendant. 

The object of tUs suit 
to to obtain a divorce a 
vlaoilo mrtrtmonU from tbe 
said defendaati naoa^ 4he 
fiouads & d^erdon as of 
Asgurt 20, 1975. 

And an affidavit havli« 
liemi made and filed that 
file defendart is a non-re- - 
sidert of file Stote of Vir- 
glUa, the lart known post 
office address being: c/o 
Lonso Garrto, JonesviUe. 
North Carolina it to order- 
ed that he do appear here 
wittdn ten (10) days after 
due prtdlcanon hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protert Us Irterert to 
tUssult. 

A coRT-Terte: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Pntfi A. Keoiehao, De- 
prtyClmt 
FraUt E. Brtler, in 
2420 ViiglUa Beach Blvd. 
P.O. Bon 4177 
VlrglnU Beach, VA 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In file Clerk's Office of the 

C^ Court rt file City of 

VirgUda Beach, VA, on the 

21rt day rt September, 1977 

Fraid( Bland, 

Plalrtlff, 

against 

Rutt Lee Bland, 

Dtfendart. 



The ob|«rt of tills suit 
to to oirtato a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said drtendart, upon tbe 
gromds ot man finua one- 
^ar sqiaration. 

Aad an affUartt having 
been made and filed that 
tbe drtendart to a non-re- 
sidMit of tte Stote of Vlr- 
glUa, tte lart known port 
office wUress being: 245 
RodgCTS Foif e Road, Bal- 
timore, Maryluid It to or- 
dered that Un <to appear 
b^ wifida tea (10) days 
after due puldlcauon bere- 
rt, and do what may be im- 
Mssary to pntert her to- 
terertlntUssUt 
A eopy-TMte: John V. 
Fentress 

^: Pattl A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Qerk 
nomas F. Bete, Jr. 
Srtte 525 - Pembroke (te 
BMk. 

m todepeadem^ Blvd. 
Virgiato Beach. Va. 23462 

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(mmi OF PUBUCATION 
to tteCta(k'sC»eaMttie 
OitaH t^irt flf tte <^ of 
l^ato Beartl. VA. oe the 
litt <toy of Se^ea i brt- , 1977 
lo)^ Br^B Adams, 
nalatU, 

fia«M1tany Adims. 



nk d^ert et ttU Mlt to 
to oMda i4lHieMi rtaealo 
jurtrtaMidl^Mi tte ^ide^ 

Md^art m 



And an affidavit having been 
made and filed fiat fiiede- 
tadart is a aon-r«iMert of 
tiie Strte of Virgtoia,'flie tart 
kamm port office addi^tssbe- 
Im; c/o J. B. Adeato, RFD 
Mbd A»<n. Hull Oeergia it 
to orderf^ flat he do aippMr 
ber» vWdo ten (10) days 
sfier doe piMlcrtton hereitf , 
and do whrt may be ne^i»- 
sary t»^rtert Us tot««rt 
totUsj^t 

A onr-Teste: Jdm V. 
Fodress 

By: PrttiA.Keeneban,De» 
putyCIork 
R. Stanl^ Hudgins 
Suite 1102 First and Mer- 
charts BaUc Bldg. 
Norfdk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to the Clerk's Office of tbe 

Circuit Court of file City 

of Virglnto Beadi, VA, on 

file 2Srd day of S^tember 

1977. 

Ellsabett E. Darcey, 

Plaintiff, 

agalnrt 

Roy Chrirtopher Darcey 

Defendant. 

The objert or tiito suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa rt tboro from tbe 
said defendart, 1900 the 
grounds of constructive de- 
sotlon. 

And an affidartt haviag 
been made and fUed that 
doe diligence has been us- 
ed by and on behalf of fiie 
complainart to ascertato 
where the drtesdnrt to re- 
siding, brt wIfiKMt effort, 

the lart known port office 
address belag: 931 Mary- 
land Avenue, Virglnto Beach 
VA it Is ordm^ fiat he 
do appear bmv witUn^en 
(10) days aftw due publlca- 
tiflB hereof, aad do what 
nay be necessary to pro- 
tect Us irterert totUssuit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patfi A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Cl^k 
Donald G. Wise 
211 London Blvd. 
Portomorth, VA 23704 

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10/26-^ 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

to fin Cleric's Office of fiie 

Clrertt Court of tbe City 

of VlrgiUa Beach, VA. 00 

tte 27tt day of Sefrtember 

1977. 

Genge 0. RobertsoB, 

Plaintiff, 

agalart 

i^e WUte Robertson. 

Defoidmit. 

The Albert of thto suit 
to to obtato a dlvoree a 
vtoc^ vitriaMall fhmi the 
saU def eaitoat, opoe the 
graads of ^armtloa tor 



Jl)y«ur. 
irtt 1 



Aad aa affidavit havli« 
been made aad filed that 
due (ttl^ence tea baw w- 
ed by or in bdalf of ttw 
Com^alnart to ascertato to 
itti^ cowfy n-ecffporrtton 
ttw drtenttrt Is, wiflmrt 
efNrt. the lui known port 
office nMrMS brtng: ^9 
Bnton RomI, Vlrgtta 
Bei^ VA tt to orderad 
Art rtto do awear here 
irttUa tea (U^ daya sftar 
due pm^^i bwNL ad 



doirtat miyr be aece^uy 

to iriitert her latarert to 

tUssili 

A ed^*f^^: Jflia V. 

FmArMS 

BjR NM A.4Cewrtaa, De- 

MtyfSMt 

MudDeik 

Mi<k«ater1totolk 

n«tt 

^faa^vrti strert 
Mifttt. VA mio 



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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

h tte Cleric's Office (rffiie 

Circuit Court of Uie City 

of Virglnto Beach. VA, on fix 

IStt (toy of September, 1977 

Madeline S. Andrews, 

PtoirtiS, 

sgainrt 

Robert Francis Andrews, 

Drtendart. 

The Ot^ertoffidssultls 
to obtato a divorce a mensa 
rt ttoro from tbe said de- 
foidart, upon the grounds of 
de-» 'loo. 

And anaffidavithavtogbeen 
made and ffied fiat tbe de- 
fendant to a non-resl(tort of 
the Stote of VirglUa, Uie last 
known port office address 
being: 311 WiUbw Brooke Rd., 
SUten Island, New Yoric 10314 
It to ordered that he do q>- 
pcar here wltt ten (10) days 
af^ (Ue publication berert, 
and do wbat may be neces- 
sary to prrtert Us toterest 
to ttis suit. 

A«>py-Terte: J(An V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Pattl A. Keenehan, Dqmty 
Qerk 

Albert L. Fary, Jr. 
218 London Blvd. 
Portsmouth, VA 23704 

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PRDER OF POBUCAYim 

to the Clark's Office Of As 

Clrmtt Coart of Uw City 

of YUrtato Beach, VA., oa 

tlemdayofSepteteM-, 

1177, 

eiMlto E. PedUtom, 

^sT 

JSBMS C. Pe<Uam, 

DaNadart. 

■rbe o^ert of fids sutt 
to to obtoto a divmrec a 
vtocuto mrtrtnuml from fiM 
said deteadhrt. opoa tbe 
groans ef oae year so - 
paratiOB. 

Aad aa affidartt having 
beea made and fltod fiat tta 
defcadert la a aoa-rertdMt 
of fito Strte of Vlrglaia, 
fla tort Uama pert office 
•ddiass bstof : dilSDoaJa- 
Ho Blvd., Saoramerto, CA 
tt to ordered fiat he do 
aivear have witUa tea (10) 
diqrs aftir due prtdicatioB 
hereof, aad do whrt amy 
be neeeesnry to prrtert Us 
totefarttotUssrtt. 
A eopy-Testo: John V. 
Featrass 

By: Patfi A. Keea^aa, De- 
Qerk 

F. Bnrartde 
P.O. Bat 1062 
VirginU Beach, VA 2S4S1 



dsr 



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10^- 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
to file Clerk's Office of the 
Clrertt Court of fia City 
of Vlrglrta Beach, VA, oa 
the 26ttday of September, 
1977. 

Cafiwriae Marie Kanable, 
Pttlrtilt. 
agalnrt 

JamM Richard KannUe, . 
Drtendart. 
The objert of this ^iMt 

is to obtoto a divorce a 
mensa rt tbor6, to be toter 
merged irto a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from tbe 
srtd drtendart, qion tbe 
grounds of desmllcn. 

And mi affidartt having 
been made and ffied fiatUie 
drtendart's tort known port 
office address to 324 Toms- 
hawk TraU.>)t38, Virglnto 
. Beach, . yiBglnto^.jurt.t^t 
due dUfenee has been us- 
ed I7 and on behalf of the 
ptoto^ toascertatotowhat 
county or corporation the 
drtendert to, withort ettwt. 
it is ordered that be do ap- 
pear here wifidn ten (10) 
<tays aftor due prtdlcation 
horeof, and do rtat may 
be necessary to protert Us 
irterert to fids sUL 
A copy-Teste: JObn V. 
Fortress 

By: Patfi A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Richard S. Harman 
Srtte 210 Atlantic National 
Bank Bldg 

415 Sairt Paul's Blvd. 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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10/26 - 4t 



(XtDER OF PUBUCATIOir 

to the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of fiie City 

of Vlrgtoto Beach, VA, on 

fia 21st day of Sqpteaber 

1977. 

JUl Taylor Price, 

Ptotofiff, 

agaliat 

Roy Russell Price, 

Drtendart. 

Tbe objert rt fids srtt 
to to obtato a divorce a 
vlnerto matrimonU from tbe 
srtd drtendart, qxm tbe 
grounds rt separattoa to ex- 
cess rt oae year. 

Aad aa affidartt haviag 
been made and ffied fiat itae 
dUigaaee has ben used by 
<»- to brtalf rt tbe C^nd- 
ptoinart to ascertato to 
wUA county w corpiu«- 
tten tbe defeodart to, witt- 
Qrt effort, tbe lart known 
port office addrras being: 
Rorte 1, Lrt 2, Mlaeral 
TraOer Court, MIdaral, 
Virglnto 23117 it to order- 
ed ttrt be do appear here 
rttUn tan (10) d^s altor 
due pnbUeattOB berert, aad 
do rtirt mtf be aecassai7 
to protert Us laterert to 
tUssrtt 

A eopr-Teste: Jobs ▼. 
Featrws 

By: Patfi A. Keeaehaa, 
Qeric 

Jamea A. Emm 
6005 tttfaa River Rd., 
Srtte 106 
Vliflrta Beach, VA 

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Tbapertjgfttissrttto 
to (MftiA^vofee a vtoealo 

lipdHl, l|M the greaadi rt 




toe mte of Vlrglrta, tue 
tort faxwn port office add- 
ress brtag wkaown. 
tt is ordMHl that be ^e ap- 
pear \mn witUn tep nO) 
(toys after due publication 
h^Mf . and do what mafi be 
memmxf to pi^ert hto to- 
terarttottlssttlt. 
Aeo^-Terte: JohvV. 
Fortress 

By: Pattl A. KeeaAsa, De- 
puty Ctoit 
Alfted Bernard, HI 
520 Firrt A Mertbarts Bank 
iNdg. 

P.O. Baa 3434 
Norfolk, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBTTCA-nON 

to Ua Clerk's Office a fia 

Cirailt Court of the City of 

Vlrglrta Beach, VA, 00 fia 

16tt day rt September, 1977 

Charles W. James, 

Plrtrtiff, 

i^ftiiat 

Sandra K. JaaMs, 

Drtendart. 

The objert rt tUs rait to 
to Obtato a decree rf fflvorce 

fh>m the bonds oi matrimony 
from the said defendart qwn 
fia groimd rt hartng been 
f qarated for over one y»r. 
And an affidavit havi^; 
bea made aad ffied fiat fia 
defendart is a non-residHiti 
rt fia Stote at Vlrglrta, fia 
lart Inown port office add- 
ress brtng: c/o Roger Elli- 
son, Newport Road. Danville. 
Wert Vtetoto It to ordered 
fiat she doappearherewifiiin 
ten (10) days sfter due pub- 
lication herert, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tert berirtererttotUssrtt. 
A copy-Terte: John V. Fen- 
tress ^:, 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 4 
pu^ Clerk ' 
J. E. Claricson 
1800 Vlrglrta Nat'l Bank 
Bldg. 
Norfrtk, Va. 23510 

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4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
to fia Clerk's Office a fia 
Circrtt Court ol the City <a 
Vlrglrta Beach, VA^ontte 
'18tt day a Sq>tember;li977 
Warrei G. Sert. 
Ptolrtiff, 



Rosalie G. Seal, 
Drtendart. 

Tbe objert rt tUs suit is 
to obtato a divorce a viocuto 
matrimonU from the srtd de- 
fendart, upon tbe grounds rt 
adrttery. 

And an affidartt having been 
made ud ffied ttat the de- 
fendart to a non-resldert oi 
fia Strte rt Vlrglrta. fia ImA 
krtwn port office address be- 
ing: 9a Farlqr Strert, Mourt 
View, CalUorrta it is order- 
ed ttat she do appear here 
wifidn ton (10) days after due 
prtdlcation hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protert her toterert to tUs 
srtt. 

A copy-Terte: John V. 
Fodress 

By: Psffi A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clm*k 
Leonard D. Levine 
160 Newtown Road, Srtte416 
Vlrglrta Beach, VA 23462 

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4t 



OU}at OF niBLKATRM 
to the CtortTs OBtoe rt fia 
Clr^t Conl or fia C^ rt 
Vbiirta WmA, TA, oa tti 
lltt day rt J i pt em ber , IWf 
n^ay Oity Udteol«i, 



tetoMdCeo^i. 



SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 

DISTRIBUTION 

VIRGINIA: 

to fia Circrtt Court ot fia 

Cl^ rtVbginto Beach on fia 

22nd DayrtSeptember, 1977 

Estete ol Eurtce May Hunt, 

Deceased 

C.P. #4606 

It appearing that retorts 
rt tte accouato rt James W; 
Hnat, Eseertor rt tte Es- 
tote rt Eurtce May Amt. 
Deceased, aad rt tbedabto 
aad ^taaadff i^^aiart her 
Estete, have beea filed to 
fia aek's Offi(a, ud ttat 
sto aaa^ has eli^Med sin- 
ce tbe falfficatlan, on mo- 
ttoa rt fia Executor, tt to 
ortmd thrt the cnmon t 
rt. mrt all others totererted 
to, the Estete dosbow cause 
If avtkeycan,onthel9tt 
day rt Ortobn-. 1977, botora 
tUs Court rt tecoarteoon, 

Wmtf rt flM^S to ttik 
dtairftatoas rt Emdoe May 
rOiiHtai a 

It to^tter ordered that 
tte ftai^ndnnoitlcw rttUt 
Onte r. baia ffljaMiy 1^ 

Saa, aaews 
tatt»t^4 
^rijito. 

snBk 

Mimwa. KWidMi Howard a 
Vtr^ But 



IHA 

Tenw. 

101 St. Paal's ffivd. 

lliafrtk,viiitota^lt 

Acenr-leste: MaV.tei- 

tms, Ctetk 

Br i Cartto Frrit, D.C 

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Olympte*76 



Jumping gymnastics, tliey're winners 



by MABK GROVES 

SUN Sports EiUtor 



Cox 

1976 record 6-3-1 

C^ifXHients - Kempsv'ille 

Place - KempsTille 

Offense - In last weeii's game against First Colmial 
Coiteli Al Habit says Cox, "had a good game, tfaey had 
OS fl) to 6 anttl the last play of the tUrd quarter, it was 
a good t^ fame until then. They itcored on Oat play, 
tiMi they'ioit=a'co«|)le of intei-eeptions and scored twice 
in tlie last three minutes of the game. We sorted playing 
*««teh-up' and throwing the ball. They have a good team 
iui Hi made too many mistakes. When you make mistakes 
igtUsit * good t«im they %ore. We had six turnovers, 
flv^' tMw^c^icns, and one banUe, you just cafi't do that 
and exp«ct to win. Some of tte outstaiding offensive team 
m«Bfibet%^ who had a good game were. Split wd Reggie 
G«R^ urtK^ ^ined 10? yards M passes, Taill^ck Willie 
fiOjMtf'jIaiaBdfliS yards rushin|; and Jim Hayden completed 
9passM. 

pefoiSft ,- Ccnch Habit speaking. of the defense says, '*We 
jAafisi well in spurts, we had a couple id bnei^downs. 
It wti one <rf Ui^e games where we hurt ours^ves more 
tiiin^ th^ hurt usV The score r^ly wasn't indicative of 
the game, it wis a good tough game, we just made too 
many mistakes." 



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Key to Tictbry - Coach Habit says, "We have to eliminate 
the turnovers, Kempsville has been pretty tough on defense. 
We have to get more consistant in our offensive running, 
« have had problems with injuries, three of our starters 
ve bedD in^ired and that h^ hurt our running game, we 
B#ed to strengthen it. We are 4 & 2 now, we have the 
jpoteotial to beat aiqroM ^ m the schedule, I think we 
ean'^UMve a pK)d year." 



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^i^nnnents - Cox 

Place - Kempsville 

Offense - Head Coach Ed Booth, speaking about last 
week's g^une against Maury say's "Wc led for the first 
time this season when we vent ahewl 7 to 6 in the Mrd 
quarter, then we coughed vp the ball and they took it 
away to win 18 to 7. Our offensive line has improved, bat 
it still heeds to improve even more. We had a total ofioi- 
sive ga^e of 185 yards, that w(»i't win. We are plagued 
bjf qiil^lRf. V^'re hail more fumbles and interc^tions 
this year than in the past three years put together. I guess 
the only consolatioo is tiiat most of the team tiU be comi% 
b«ek mmi year, we have very few seniors this year." 

Detoise •^ ^(Kirding to Coach Booth, "Alvin Biddle did 
his aaial food job, bai we had some breakdowns ami missed 
a few tackle, its got to improve." 

Key to victory --.Coach Booth says, "We have got to stop 
&mbliag, mining passes and tbrowii« interc^^iogfs. We 
also have to improve our blocki^.'* 



An id^ that got started a little oyer a yrar ago recently 
resulted in victory for a Ctesape^e gymna^cs school 
takii% first In the aU armoKl b^inner's gymnastics com- 
petitii^at the N^ue Festival in Virginia Beach. Linda 
Evans started 'Olympia 76' in July of 1976 because her 
danghter Cindy was interested in gjnnnastics and because 
she had recently lost her job at the draft board when 
it shut down, 

Mrs. Evans says they actually really gcrt going well 
in S^tember of '76 and started entering girls in compe- 
titl(ns in December of '76. They have.ted members place 
in every competition they have participated in since then. 

AccomiBg to Mrs. Evans, "Gymnastics is not nearly 
as pdNilar in Ctesapeake as it is in Virginia Beudi. All 
of tte itif^ Schocds in Virginia Beach have gymnastle 
protrams aiMl Cbesa^ake is just starting them. There 
are mai^ more gym schools in Virginia Beach. Asa 
matter (A U£t, 'Olympia 76' is the only gymnastic school 
in Chesap«ike." 



The school is located in one of the Urge new buildings 
just off Military highway in the Greenbrier area Mrs. 

Swim ronttmioc "Whon 1 *>->•* ^oaMoH tn ptjt.^httsh q 

school out here. I was told that this was going to be a bad 
iuvatiui, Uii i jiiutid uikc iuc ueitcnwas iiireito> saiuiditxi 
with schools. I live out in this area, my daughter goes 
to school out here and I just felt like this was going to 
be a good locatioh. As time goes on and the area builds up 
even more it will get even better." 



What about th6 pq[mlarity of the sport? Does Mrs. Evans 
think that is going to increase? "I hope so. 1 think <»ce 
the sdHwls start it that more pec^le will become inter- 

o«!t<»d SM tho TioMilqritV in ChA^arwalrp ic iroJnff to njck 

iq>- That's one (rf the reasons that we are trying to build 
a reputation by winning competitions such as the Neptune 
ittslivai. 



Mrs. Evans doesn't teach the classes herself. She hires 
teachers to come in and she handles the administrative 
details. "Patricia Merrill, the coach of our team that 
woo in the Neptune Festival, is a graduate of Longwood 
college where she majored in gymnastics and dance. She 
is also a coach at Cox High School. The proof as to how 
eood our staff is shows in the fact that we won" 



The girls that won in all -around competitiOD at the festival 
are in Uie ili-ll }^e group. Su^utiuie Rapcavage tuok lourth 
and Kim Storms took sixth place. In the 12-14 age groiq» 
Cindy Evans took first, Pemiy Nicholson to<A second, 
CImfy Deal to<* third and Kim King took sixth. In the 
15-16 competition, Sonya Willis was first and Sharon 
Everton took secnnri 

Besides winning tte all-around competitibn, they had 
20 gills wiu uUter uLiUmis. 




Penny MicbolsoD doing a handstand on tbe balance beam 
while Sucame Rapcavage looks on. 




Winners In the beglmwr's competitton la gymnasties 
at the Neptune Fcsttval, from 1^ to rij^t. Kim King 
Mat ttw splits, Cindy Evans, Cindy Deal, Pomy Nicbo- 
Ison, Smanne Rapcavage, Sharon Everton, Sonya Willis. 
Photo by Mait Groves. 



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Qwlr the Urt ik^ien s«- 
iObs the Raictens teve been 
tlw s^e vMtwtflMgtaim 
in prc^esslml foottxtl: \M- 
39-9. AM last seasoo ttey 
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alttOi«h ^y ido vA fl#M 
th# Ti»«» fw«ity-two ^yws 
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As a matter of fact, the 
only adjective to pn^erly 
describe the Raider offen- 
sive and defoisive units Is 
awesome. Also, all twenty- 
two 5tart«-s from last yearts 
clampiooship squad are ba^ 
once a^n to make mattes 
worse for the would-be op- 
P(»ltioit. 



ttddaad is solid offensive- 
ly. Kn SaUer is one of 
t^ three premier quarter- 
Ittcks in football - and te 
can do it-all am miore. Ftw 
(piarteilacks m^oy the coti^ 
of veeeiwM IMder Na. 
I^ve Casper, CUtt BamA, 
and Fred Bilet^off cai«ht 
142 passes and 29 toediteWK 
jH^N^ INb. MUw^ftiand 
T«i Xwaildk are more than 
ade<iBate wbstitutes. 

Fot rmni^ taickf m 
Raiders tave a goctt, tM«h 
not ontrtMding, group: Mark 
v»n Kegbei. Clareiwemw*;. 

Pett Ba^siaJc{b@fiDai^bis 
lain tmstM), am cirj 

keej^ ti»(bf4ttt#p^«Mre 
off ttem. Aft; thlt • 



marvelous offnstvs Wm led 
by AM mm, G«e ^^v. 



and Dave Dalby and it's no 
wonder Oakland can score 
points. 

The ^f«ise can be descri- 
bed as better than adequate, 
consistent, aggressive, viv- 
iotts, and sometimes dirty - 
but it gets the icb d(»e. 
OaklajBd will remain with its 
3-4 (ot Orai^e) alignment 
and it allows for greater 
flexibility and more advan- 
ta^e<Ris use of available 
depth'. Hie corps of line- 
t»ckers - WiUie Hall, PUl 
VillaiNano, Monte J(^son, 
uA Ted HoKiridcs - rank 
with the best and so does 
tte seconitary. 



The only possible change 
(bsrri^ injWT) l* N^l Cd- 
sie for Willie ENrown (now 
erteriac bis letb sMsca). 
On any gii^ 4MM^ a good 



qwomat m* hm Md run 
ud s(«iMmw SMi« against 
fW" ff*ider ilef^sc ' but 
nost tmmt t^ *- 
temiw wit will not telp I; 
laMm ntflftakes. Add to all 
thli the putlag of Ray itt 
tod a very tnrorable scil- 
dute aad ttere will be k 
ccMMt lattr American Coi- 



Coach Cbnck Kncn has led 
the Los Ai«el(N Rams to four 
division titles in his first 
four years, and no other 
<H)ach can make that claim. 
The Rams have not made 
it into the Super Bowl during 
ttiutc iuui' yeari) - auU Itu^y 
slmuld have at Irast three 
timM. ' 



The reas(»s for the suc- 
cess-failure dicottomy in- 
clude intenal problems 
(scnne bordering on radan), 
high level mecMling aad in- 
terf««nce into the coaching 
by omo'sUp, tug oi 
war ^os, a conservaUra 
and tnbalaiiced offensive at- 
Uttk, and a lack of quarter- 
back atriSility. 

All ^ttioe prAlems re- 
main - and Mw ones have 
aris» - j^ the Rams win 
every year and wlU (to so 
cnoe i^ain in 1^7 (alttoi^h 
n*^* •"■ hsndllv as in pre- 
vtoBs *Mrs). 

Offensively the Rams 
could teve a devastettig at- 
t«rt and tt»y sr» rapaNp 
at aeOrtng almost at wUi. 
iue (i^'eiVMg curps w fiat - 
Old Mdwpti Rod Jessto, and 
Chitfii* riMMf {• ^It hf 
te Wl^^Ua E^lM It 
tte Rw JsiMAi (tel) a» 
simj^ <^^ifldi^, and ad- 
e^Mte ^Mtlt^K are amil- 
aUf. 



The running backs may be 
the single best group any- 
where in the NFL: Lawrence 
McCutcheon, Jdm Caniell- 
etti, Jim Bertelsen, Rod 
Philliie, Rob Scribner, and 
Cullen Bryant (also the best 
kick returner in football) 
- and Los Angeles loses 
nothing when the so-called 
"seccmd string" is in there. 

But with running featur- 
ing the offense, the line has 
become attmed to that spe- 
cial kind of blocking, and 
with Joe Namath's knee pro- 
blems pasi Uocking be- 
comes very important. Pat 
HadM is the ^tere quarter- 
back for the Rams and he 
is good emmgh to |day now. 
The line features all-pro 
standi^ Tom Mack and ex- 
pert«)ced regulars like Jota 
WUUsms, Ridi Saul, Dmig 
France and D^nls Harrah. 
nwre tre good substitu^ 
as well. 

On di^ise - for so long 
tte strong point - how can 
tte Sams replace 15- 
)^r aU-i^ Beriin OIsm? 
Tte answer is that ttey can- 
wrf! Jack YoMCblood, Frtd 
Drjwr. uA butt Bro^ 
are very fOfidttMttere are 
«me |B0i jratag playet^ 
to telp 1^ Ibe ftiMt four 
soM. TN im^ amxu^ 
is aw«Rmt Witt teiw B- 
mMdorf, Mil Simi^m, 
Monte JadcKtt, and Rod Po-- 



ry- 
At lintiaacking, the Rams 

have Jim Youngblood and 
Isiah Robertson - but Jack 
Reyncdds has absented him- 
self because of mcmey and 
persmiality problems. He 
will be almost impossible 
to replace. Replacement 
d^;^ adds to the problem. 

Also potMtially serious 
problems are the very weak 
special teams, almost non- 
exlsteM kickiQg, and the un- 
settling question of quarter- 
back. 

The Rams will score once 
if the offense accei^ the 
forward pass as a legitimate 
weapon and learns to play 
together as a umt. The de- 
fense will allow more poii^ 
than in prevlont sisiscms but 
it, too, irtft devel(¥ into 
a ^liWt i^t 

^nttM ibcking or good 
special tMms, L(» Angeles 
may lose'^Wie close p^es 
- son^MUg, for oanqple, 
the Oakland RaMen never 
do; tet a Uvonble ^heMe 
telpi. Ma3^ tils year they 
will fiully makw the &ver 
Bowl 

Next week I'U attmiA to 
justify my Ht^ in tte Ma- 
tiooal FoMaU Ct^ereMe. 
fflnM y«Hr iiI^qb pr^Wy 
doMMil ^rw iM^MM:m11 
me mt W^M'» ^rt^ilk 
»ow, Wm^ thf^h Pri- 
*iy, 6:W - 7 p.m. ul let's 
telk abort it. 



Soccer 
Squad 



John E. Irwin, the son (d 
Mr. and Mrs. Ow«i F. Ir- 
win of Chesapeake, is 
a member of the 1977 Vir- 
ginia Wesleyan College »)c- 
cer scpiad. 

The 170 lb. freshman is 
playing the position of for- 
vmrd tor ^ "1976 Di^e 
Intercollegiate Athletic C(»- 
ference cham|doiis." Irwin 
is a 1977fra^Wte of Ports- 
mom CathMc High MooL 

Tie Blue llu-llns curroit^ 
fy are 5-1 owrall Md 4-i 
til conference |day. The wly 
toss tes hew a 1-0 overtime 
(ief«t at the taate at Wu^ 
i^oa and Lee on^ptmb^ 
W. » 

Virglida W^eyanCtdlegt 
is a twr-y«tr MUei^ 4 
liberal uU aad sciw^ 
loettid 00 300 wres astride 
tte Virgil^ BM^-Norfoft 
Urn. 



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oose ll^ts 

tj|^ ^l^'llttM wVlb r*v6lvtng 



;; snop Satur- 
'*rm Fresh on 
Ljmnhaven Blvd. to sell and 
dispUy his art. 

People were fascinated by 
the man win ctrves carrots. 
"You're buyiiv history," be 
claimed. The perpetual per- 
former, Person loves his 
audiences and is eager to 
•ke requests. He was worlc- 
19 on a submarine Satur- 
day and had promised to start 
Tweetie Bird next. "This 
is a Aseo earnrt," he aitd 

AmxMta^ to Pitsfm, It 
Bs»lly taki^ three carrots 
to carve a %Bre. SektOds 
them tovetber with toirth- 



a refj he said, 

Person started his carrot 
carving three years ago as 
a cook in the Navy. He be- 
gan by making roses for dec- 
oration and soon progressed 
into figures and objects. Col 
iMfses b^an ^lU^ Um 
"the Carrot Carver", he 
Mii, ud a Mv jpHv^lity 

Implied as a chrf rt the 
Omm In Hafott, Pers<* 
h^»s to enataaUy e^nU 
tte wrrot business IttU time. 
"Tto Carrot Carver" tes 
t lot rf ImagiMitiM," Per- 
«n said. "He Ukes bei% 
a superman." 



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SUN Public Affairs Wrlt^ 



was ioior ttun itnticipaiets, lurcing vii-kuu4 lie^cn City 
Coancil to decrease the operating budget for the center 
from $448,816 to $ 

The State DepAiu»c»i -.■, ...:■■.,., . ... „, 
Retardation has awarded a grant of $284,94' 
project where the city had previously budgeted 9448,8ie. 
It was also necessary to reduce Pendleton's esfimateiil!' 
revenue from other agenr $108,404 

from $368,351 to |2S9,M7. 

Virginia Beach, which oper MiVb the: 

City of Chesapeake, will continue to contribute matching < 
funds of 129,000. Chesapeake contributei; matching funds 
also. 



'CaiTOt Carwr" James Persai Jr. aad Us "arrttepw. 



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aWtty. 



Chance 

for 
strays 

ByLEECAHILL 
SVH Pmt Al&Urs Writer 



The tength <^ tine ao an- 
imal nay be teM tqr the 
Burmu «i AMmal Cwtnd 
Mare being gtvw v for 
akif^m w euttialsed tas 
b^ redvnd fttm i^ven 
to lln days. 



?ii1^jiU Beach CityCtMtn- 
cU Moiriay viM^ved aaord- 
in»c»; nii^ ttw^tawge to 
09rtwiB vtt r6e«t amrad- 
neots to state law. 



Lively rally 

A special wett tf ema- 
gelistic services^ BMe 
atwfy, mi GMpelnaiisicwill 
be held at First C<dcM»i 
^ptlst Church ^eh 1^ 
at 7:30 p.u. Iiegtn^ Ifan- 
day tfgtt, (^toi»r llih. 

Tte ei«^ellstie thmst 
and praise, serving* irtH be 
led fay tte tbn. Cl^terXU- 
Iw, Pastw, Sec(Wl Jh^st 
Church or WestPkias Miss- 
ouri. 

First Cotoial Ba^lst 
Church is looted at ^9 
First Cdooial Soad, Va. 
Beach. 



Work of art auctioned 



Art show for 
former Beach 
resident 

Beverly Hoddinott 9! Nor- 
M^yApttfi a one-per- 
«• «rt itow at Virginia 
V*sU^ Collef e this Wed- 
nesday (Oct. IZ). 



is MHliH^ TW9day 

ttiit HJciiNmer Library', and 

im^M. Re 

Or,« served. 

i/^jAciw paint- 

.:«i,.iMwiag$^j»riDts ib 

her siiow..- 
. ■^ -~ • ' 

From ISii-li, she was in 
aHtst. - ia • residence in 
the Vlrgima Beach school 
^stem. Ibe i»« is » vlsit- 
ng artlti at ViriinlB Wes- 
)*m i» tdiUtiOfi to teaeh- 
iii at tb«. VUsiaU Beach 
Art5'C.«Bt«r add tte tme- 



The Church of tfae Asob- 
sioD win sponsor an btt«>- 
nkmm art exUblt AM auc- 
tion on Friday. October 14, 
19?7. This taui nOsUvAac- 
tioo will be held at Oe 
church, 4853 Prlnceas Ame 
Road. 

The art exhibit and awr^m 
will feature iitemtidQal ar- 
tists and wfll be Tiewed frMa 
7 p.m. Theaddtioneerspml 
will start the auction li $ 
p.m. Donation is |2.00. Se- 
freshmcats will be seii^. 



door ^ses will be ^vea 
away and a b^otiM raffle 
wm await a l^cy wlBoer' 

Gaests are Imitedtocoffie 
early, par-^e itf the 
r^re»taB«ts, iMpect of- 
feriags, i^idy Mogcaplilra 
aad ^oMon pereouet abrat 
works (d art belqg (tffend. 
&kch pest is givM a cat- 
aiogiK with Mmber (rfpalat- 
iog, artist aad title. AU finds 
are nlaed tor ^t induc- 
tion fod of Aseeasion 



The foot pan of the body? 

by Dr. Jay I. Tischler, Podiatrist 




Parliamentary workshop 




Mrs. Joba R. AndersM, a 
prorecslonal, regUtered 
parllamMteiiaa will coo - 
duct a parliamentary nmt- 
shop especially for gar^ 
clubs on WedaeMtay, Oct. 
12 at ThaUa Untied Metiio- 
dist Chnrch from 9:30 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. 

The Couacll of Gar- 
den Ctaibs of VirglBia Beaeb 
is 



mis WEEK 
THAT HAIR PLACE 



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^^^K- 



• PatttiUtMaa • Debbie Iftwe • Cla^ Plerey 



THAT HAIB PLACE 

1«39 todtanl Ave., Jnrt aS Mtttey J^nray 
aeroas Craai Anerieaa Amlware, ^ar Cdl^^ 



noae4M-M§ 

oma t«m. ikm lat, vad. 'm v.m 





gar^ date M caa also 
be tts^id to any orpudsa- 

tlOB. 

"ne G^tt will l« 11.00 per 
persoB, payaUe id ttewwfc- 
A^- nose plau^ to at- 
tend AonM Mng m^ paper 
udab^luMA. 

S(A thiiks nay be pw- 
chased at the cinrcb. 

Fm- totter bilM^uittoB 
eeMu!t Mn. WlUian Wera- 
dU.8i0.4«S. 



Learn 
iifesaving 



Tbe YMCA wUl be of- 
farlag aa om^i Uie- 
W^ dmu lor iMi aad 
WMiB, b^tiatat OeMwr 
Sin. AU ^iPi^Ms laari be 
IS |wuv of ag^od over. 
Ltfei^ard eer^ksMtn wiU 
be 0VM ^on taemuM 
comptetkn tf Ms emrse. 

rtltloait laftfiHilion wn- 
b't Hw HUrMk tlfCA 



Many peopia apeak to me abwrt their feet in a way that 
nakea It smu ttto ttK feet are accessory parts of the body, 
aot oAke the actras w m automobile. They feel that the 
teet have ao ^ect on the rest of the body, aad the body 
has no »al effect on the fe«t. 

Itatt^s wIk> come to me with a com or callus are 
sar^ri^ n^ I ask. "Have you any lower back pain?" 
Oflen the answer is, "I sure have, bat what does that have 
to do Witt my corns? 

Every (wce In a wMle a patient will reseat being asked 
details (tf his general heaitt, fit's jui^ nay feet that arer 
bottaerlflg me*. 

It sibnbi be understood that a deficiency in (we part ot 
the b«ly will itffect ^taer parts of tte body-aod the feet 
are part of the body! 

AU parts o{ j^m body are sui^i^ by tte blood of me 
drenlatcair system, by tte Inter^y of one muscular sys- 
tem sad I9 tlie Iwervatlon of one neorological system. 

ypw feet are a tn« (^iaeering marvel. U you take care 
of it. It can be c«ni»red to a flsely-tuied race car or ev«i 
a i^ce oytsule in that its functioD dictates its design 
aad structure. AikI like ^m, tte human foot Is complicated, 
contaial^ within its relatively small' sise 26 bwes and a 
netwrnt (A l^m^s, mascfos and btood vessels. They carry 
tbe w^^ «tf jwar ^Ire body. They telp to Iwld your body 
in a stattoaary upri^ position. They coordinate to maintain 



,:/ 



Citadel honors 
Beach caxlets 



?(Mir body's !» lance as wo w«llr ami th*>v havp the precision 
that permits you to iMve the ground completely and return 
in an n|>r^ p(»itl(» as yw jump. 

Tte; ability tg stauU, iu walk, w ritu, to ijbuic^, Ut skate, 
aad to peitJrn tte (M»r activities in which we participate, 
wittout givi^ ttKMyii^t to tow ttey areacc^apUshed, d^wi^ 
on many factors. Tig bOMS, Ug^m^ts Joints and muscles 
all Intettrt to cMtroI ia» feet. 

Bi^i^wsle ami booe have a Uood swdy, which is tte 
source il ttolr Mwrltbrnent. I^oee ycNyrte^ are part of 
jas body, ttey are siAJect to clrcalatoiT pnMems ttat 
m%ht occur tt otto* parts G^ ^w bbdy. 

An arterial block or bardMrisf of tte stories, for ex- 
ample may result la tasuffielcBt blood r«icMng tte l^s 
and tte feet. The lower ^ctremitles, ttefwrtand tte leg, are 
tte arras most fretipirtly Involved in poor circulation 
aad eoBae«|Be^ tterqiy as draauttc as ampitetiOB. 

Tte fo^ Is a bartnowter ot ov«rall bodily heaitt. Cir- 
culatory (UiCffders #Aetes, aomUa, Udne]^ disorders and 
(^er c^KUttMs are ottm first detected in tte foot. Artt- 
rltls often attacks foot joi^ first. 

tt is l^ortaat to remember ttnt tte feet play a very 
importtat ftnctim tnerf minttte of the day aui ttat a pro- 
blem with ttMi often creates a<kiltioul pnAilems wltt<rther 
{«rts a tte body. While m tke o^r hand, a prdbtem svxt 
as a lower teck pain oaay very well have its or%in witt a 

foot SMMiltlOB. 

Your b0(ty Mntributes to, aad at the same time, is de- 
p^dent at, tte MMtioaue ti jw feet. 



Fall Fair at 

Tabernacle 
Methodist 



A ftU fair WiU be heU on 
the lawnttf Tab^wcleUnttKl 
Methodic Charch, at USl 
Sudbrldge Itoad, VlcgJidK' 
Baach, Satur&y, O^ohKlS 
tema 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. fiala 
date Is October ^. 

Aritp«B» attle trttMtovi,' 
a «»Bb7 store and kl^Ara, 
a wishing weU and mmmage 
me WiU be part of the Mr. 
CUnos ttth fr^ iAttooo^g 
aad pony t^jtes aad pines 
WiU be there aim. 

The fair is f» Urn benrflt 
irf the etareh pr»«^tion 
twA. 



New Arby's 



Goodaua S^r Bbpin; 
Inc., Nortolk^based realty 
fii^, has ttMniN^ aaale 
a lIM-mt LaAln Koadln 
tte m^ sectiflB of Vlr- 
tfitfa Beach to Ariz's d 
TMewattt-. 

ne 25,000^ ^^re toot 
panel, nkt ^atadtt Mro 
smaU (tfttce bolides, was 
puretesed tron Vtrglnia 
Beai^ arcUte^ Jote S. 
WaUer. 



I 



mm^ 



Ci^iel CaMfi Libert WU- 
Uam Etter wd DaiM $imm 
WaUis rt Vivaria ^aeh have 
bea aamed to tta Cmman- 
daat's mmmMiei Service 
LM at the udmrf odiege 
for tte weMd sem^«r (rf 
tte ivn-n M^emle yMr. 

TUm i» tte MeoBd coase- 
eattve SMMfta* Ca^ 
iter's name las i^^^red 
«B the ConiMBtent's List 
and tte foistt saaiester for 
Caitet WtiUs' Mme. 

A a^onwe at Tte Clta- 
m, Cad^ Ett«- ttMs tte 
rmk tt as^Bnl irttMa tte 
(^npi «l CMkto MrtJMrvM 
as pMm It Ms ^^i^. 
■• l« a y^»7 iMjor, m- 
rriM la tte^rFo^e^m: 



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^«pam, aad IsUiereclpteBl 
(d a PrincMs Aue BO^ 
^ool BoMto-Cldi&telor- 
ship. 

Etter is tte SOI (^ Mns. 
Barbara E. Etter, Cambria 
Circle. 

Catet WaUis, la hlssMlor 
rnr, holds tte rank ol ^p- 
tMa idMBtteC(Hi»and8cr- 
v» as ^mumt^t (d Us 
ei»Bpa^. Be^aMkAofyma* 
Jw mi Mu-ollad ta tte Army 
lOTC |»(V»m. 

ta Us Jalor year, te was 
de m 14 atodMAs to pin 
eantM mentenldp in tte 
JMw Sword DriU-a ireci- 
si<w abw out. 

WaUis' panats are Mr. 
and Mrs. G. R. WalUs, S016 
BUi^LaM. 




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Low ^ntttfy Hfnmnt Vp to 8 Yotn 



Carpentry, roofing, aidlag, room additions, stor m irt>-. 
dows and doors, jdastoriag, electric, eoocrtte 
plamblag guttering, renwdeling kitchens and ba 
brick and block work, alomii 





HoHana PUxa Sh}liit$ 
Barb«r Sko 



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•NiCNgMB 

il'^??'*."'"'''^*'****'' ^^ A**"® Murphy, Lorl Nelaon. 

Indtan attack. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

AS W(E we IT 'New Wortd' exploras San Francltco 

S,^?SL' '^I?^'* '''® *y®' ^^ Asitn-Amartcan sludants. 
PontJac, Mich., studants f«K)mmend that restrictlva 
school rules adopted after l»n rioting be changed hi "Day 
Without Incident.' ' 

-"lUiyiuiCY 



mnEPonr 




THATTUNi 



Pr«nler (tanseur Rudolf 



I OiCKCAVEn SHOW Quest: 
ureyev. 

.^ •HOSAN'S HEROES 

^" P 9°?* *"**®* '" ♦'^« rebellloft^jalnst J, J. *s ttfceover as 
me feeder of the Ev«ns family, Wefcne moves l»^ her own 
off-campus apartment, but finds b€rtf^ free it»^ cost more 
than she expected. 



'ival' 
hMd 



fP T»« UFE AND -mimm OmSkt ADMM 'Survi 
rialy ^dams kMs mmmm »ft«r suflerlnB • h 
ln|u/y aftdf "•"'-- - ^ - • ■ • ■ ' - 
frfr 



, . (wrsued by a Iwunty hitfitK-, ^iwoes a 
WgMfWKLifigNfff in thft wilderness he knewso m^I. 
IB WmafWmB^JilC sports wrili prbvUe live average 
^the fmm asms of the World Series from Me tity of 
the Amertoa^JUi^Ghan^iMm. 



O TAUJflAOC The public Is Invited to call In questions 
«>«aHi»iog the show's presentation of pubik; affairs 
issiMilnaie cwnmuntty. 

HS-t'I? tf^ I^'**0 **> "^ "P to • childhood 
iNfdgetoMphisMends, Unny tells Ws buddiM about a 
weerKqr In his building and winite up with roonmiaMs who 
don*t want to leave. 



« WOpGHpUSEIlArHOUSE John Alderton and Pauline 
C^irti stef in this series based on itorles by humorist 
P.Q. WwWtouse. In 'Anselm GMs Hie Chance,' tpoor 
youita eamte «^o longs to stir the congregation dth a 
maQniflcent semK)n racelves ii legacy that suggests i wild 
scheme to him and his resourceful fiance. 
HOpRISDAYSHOW 



t:00 



S 



TNf GB& WBJNESOAY MQHT M0V1K The Gin 

-JIM Hatter Pox' Ronny Cox, jMnefle Romero. 
OrMMttzatlon of the mystical union that Unds a young 
(k}ctor 10 a terrified teeiN«e Indian gM who is locked In a 
spirttual deatti struggle between her Indian herttage and 
the hard reirfWes ^ the v^ite man's world. (2 hrs.) 

® THE OREGON TRAIL Trapper's Rendezvous' Luther 
S^egue, the wagon train's scout, Is captured t^ hostile 
mountain men and Evan fliorpe muet fight their leader m 
order to win Lutfier's freedom. Quest stars Claude Akihs. 

8 BONO ISSUE Gov. Mills E. Qoo6*At\ and Preston 
rrutfws, chairman <A Virginians for Bonds, will ^eak In 
support <^ the Bbnd Issue. The opposing side's views wUI 
be pieeentAJ by a representative of the Virginia Tax- 
payers^sociatfon. Viewers may call in questions. 

8 TOO O.UB Quests: Len Fredericks, Director of Food 
rvtees for the Las Vegas public school system, singer 
Retcher Wiley. 



10:00 m BIQ HAWAII 'Pipeline' A drought at Paradise Ranch 
forces Mitch Fears to mount a costly effort to save the 
cattle and the sugar cane. 




11:» O THE CBS LATE MOME Haweli Flve-0' Steve looiis for 
muitlerer of a critic journalist. The Qun and ttie Nun' Mm 
Muri^y. Former detective Harry MsCo recelis Na ««- 
periences with two old vMstern ouHavn. (R) 

BTHE TONIQHT SHOW Host: Johnny Carson, auestt: 
in Rivers, Phyllis George, Neil Simon. 
SMOVK 'Treasure of the Golden C^idor^ 1995 Anne 
ncroft, Cornel Wilde. Wagon train fighte end dlM for the 
establishment of the Dutch Free Steteintfw 19th century. ' 



11:45 A STARSKY AND HUTCH Kill Huggy Bear' Starsky «kI 
Hutch's confldtfit Huggy Bear Is mvked for deMti after 
being robbed of a fortune he had promlaed to return to Its 
owner, a merciless numbers racketeer. (R) 

1:00 09 TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Gueet: 'Jolly' CharNe 
Grimm (fonner Major League Basebiril manager and banjo 
player). 



NETWORKS AND STATIONS RESERVE THE RIQNt TO 
MAKE LAST MINUTE CHANGES 



OCT. 13. 1877 
EVENMQ 



<k 



ED 



S.-00 



iaSci 



s.-aD 



raiMQ CHIL0RB4 WITH SPECIAL NODS 
INpK VAN DYKE SHOW 
' INEWS 




1^ 



MOVie 'A Tree Grows In Brooklyn' 1948 Dorothy 
. Qirir^ itoen BtomMI. Adaptation of Betty SiMth'e novel 
h Kn? ^ '^^^^^ in u'tfwppy tamlly MmoMwra. d 

f I AS WE SEE IT 'Anatomy of Riots' from Providence, 
I., toHows bieck and vrttite students ii» iim trace the 
o^ne of rai^%-in^red fights at their high school. 

— SSrooer 
macnbl-lehrer report 

f«NllERPYLE 

IfMCEIBRIQHT 

MlfltYFEW) 
^ aCK CAVETT SHOW Guests: Hany and Jimmy RHz. 
two-tttlnis of the zany Ritz Brothers trto. 

IHOQAN'S HpBffl pft 
THE WALT0N8 1^ Waltons try to save their bam, set 
on f^ tqf a lOl^earokl Oterokee Indian who claims it 
was buNt over a saored tribal burial ground. 



IB CHIPS 'A Mo^ng Violation' Rosey Grier guest stars as 
a motorist w^, infurtated by a series of minor mishaps 
IhVDiving his little car, geto me vehicle to the sMe of the 
freewwy and proceeds to demolish it, while the shocked 
f^lfntty patrol officers watoh. 
m WELOpME BACK; KOTTER 'The Deprogramming of 
AmoM ItorelMck' The sweathogs and Mr. Kotter ptan a 
\ray to deprogram Horshack who has joined a rellgkMJS 
cult because he Is tired of the way his classmates treat 
him. 

a ONCE UPON A CLASSIC The Legend of Robin Hood' 
&isode Two. Robin singlehandedly fends off rQl)bers 
who Mtack Lady Merion's entourage. At the royal court, 
King Rtehard earns his brother John's resentmerM when 
he ^jpdnto Longchamps to rule instead of John while he 
ftohta in the Crusades. 
H ANJDY QRtf'RTH SHOW 
tno p WNArs HAPPENINQI 'Raj Goes to Press' When Miss 
CMlins censors articles R«j wrote for the echool 
new^)aper, he quits and starts an underaround 
publlMUen giving the time of her next 'surprise' tost. 
a BKT OF ERME KOVACS Qassto routines include 
German <3\tk Jockey Wolfgang von Sauertvaten, an Indian 
shooting an arrow in unorthodox ways, a pertormance i» 
that perennMly popular musteal group the Nairobi Trio 
anda woof of 'What's My Line?' 
•DOnSDAYSHOW 



C!Cr.Hit77 

EVENING 



(^S) 



^KlSCtMEWB 

P ipinSi SEMESTER 'Diecipline in ttw Oasiroom: 

SodM and Emotions Problems' 

pBIGK VANDYKE SHOW 

■■ MNBCNjWS 

■ MOVK'The Baitad of Andy Crocker' 1060 Lee Minors. 

.toey HMttierton. Vietnam vMeran retonw home to find 
' former sweetheart now married, and former business 

parmernow crooked. (1 fir. 30 mln.) 

P AS WE SEE IT In 'Htoiwry l«gh Island,' Hickory, N.C., 

stodanta Berform a stage production thM depi^ ttie 

fHobwrne their school faMd when It v»s desegregated. 

'"IILiPVEmCY 



'" u;»' 



8.-00 m WONDER WOMAN Steve Trevor suddenly disappears 
amr leaving for a vacatton, and men an attempt is made 
agtf net Wonder Woman, in her pose as Trevor's assistant 
Diana Princ», in an apparont effort to knock out tiie entire 
uraer level of the inteiUgence organization lABC. 
P BANPORO ARMS 'PhH'a Pastel! wantt to establish a 
cof^fm tounge In me hotel, but he can't get a liquor 
license because he has a prison record. 

J I WORLD SOWS ABC Sporta will provide live coverage 
m« mird game of the World Seriee from the c 



igame 
Nattoital Leiuiue Champton 

»WASMNGTONWra( IN REVIEW 
ANOVOniPmHSHOW 



I city of the 



7MI0 



7:02 
7:10 



I ^NOBB Il TO 

ISMBPtmOCB) 

ImACNBL^jEHRER REPORT 

fOOMERPYLE 

lAOMMIS 

ITAOiaEBOX 

iBNANANA 

IDKK CAVETT SHOWGuest: Architect Philip Johneon. 

IhOGAN'SHBUEB 



8:30 PCHNSOANOTHEMAN 'The Third Letter' Ed deckles to 
MO|M Raul but - possibly because of his general gmm- 
pinees - he has difficulty In obtaining the mree favorable 
charactw raferencee that are necessaiy . 

8\ WALL I^RST WEEK Host: Louis Rukeyser. 'The Ben 
raham Legacy' Guest: James B. Rea, present of 
JamM a ftoa and Assoctates. 
BOORttQAYSHOW 
0K» p THE CBS PRIQAY NKiHT MOVIES 'Smile' 1975 Bruce 
Dem, Baitara Fekton. A takeoff on that greet American 
institution, me sm^l-town beauty pageant. (R) (2 hra.) 



I 



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I- 



nnrrirnrjnnnnnnn, 



SPORTS 
PROFILE 
FOR THE 





WWAY 



(AS(^ N a mm Wortd Sertae game is neeeeaary, ABC Sports 

«M pieiMaMveooiwaM fromihecHy ofmi Nation^ LM«i« 
ehamplML Tlw ^ma Mil be allMdafad aa follows depemflng 
en ivfMtiarihe NatloMi Laagua dianvlon to a West Coast 
oranEaMCoaatcHy: 

EAST COAST CITY: 

WORLOSiRI^: 12:30 PM E.O.T. -11:30 AM C.O.T. 

WE8T00MTOTY: 

WORLD SERIES: 4:Q0 PM E.D.T. - 3:00 PM C.D.T. 

(Ai^d(£i.to FOOTBALL '77: t2:3iPME.DX- 11:30 AM 

Features we^ly highUghts of key contesta which are 
Mhwluied during the 1977 NCAA FootiMll i 



9:00 p 
de) 



0-.30 



10:00 





HKJ.TOP 

"The oar dealer y 
with heart 




SgRVmi A PARTS 
Sat. iMurs • 8 to 1 p.m. 



dr" 




(iiaiWftNn»SeOAVt1MSPM&O.T..n«AMC.O.T. 

News and iMturos wi the NFL snd omer sports news. 

§•© NFL -n: 12:30 PM B.D.T. . lldjAM C.O.T. 

wottMrii news, lntarvie«v« and featons. - , 

CNBQ NATIONAL KIQTiMLLLEAOUE GAME: 1:00PME.D.T. 

4MM0NOONC.O.T. 

fil^fm Cells vs. KantaeCttyOiitofs. 

^W THE NFL TODAY; lMnilli.D.T..12:00l«3C^C.D.T. 
AManta vt. Buffalo; Chicago vs. Minnesota; Mroit vs. Green 
Bay; Lm Angeles vs. mm Qti^mr, ntitadetoMa vs. St. 
toMs; Otaita V*. Sm RwKta^i ^a^ vs. nmpa Bay. 
§Shmk kfM sMen for ^M ta> yMir wea). 

$mCi NATK^MLlbOTWUJ. LEAGUE <MNE: 2:00 PM E.D.T. 

^PMCJ).T. 

^veland frowns vs. HMSton dtan. 

TM I^T«»AV}4^ PM Ei}X - 3MPM C.D.T. 

fNtfoftal l^s^M UMNiue Ctete. Wa 
;Im m. OMM C<»i^yl. (From TeMW MkHum, ir 




10:00 



10:30 
11:00 



THURSDAY 

HAWMI PMerO Steve McGarrett engages in a 

Jesperate legal struggle with the Honolulu Poltoe 

Department's Internal Affairs office to try to prove the 

Innocence of a young officer accused of dereliction of 

>duty. 

ID MAN FROM ATLANTIS 'The Mudworm' The evil 
scientist, Mr. Schubert, loses control of a sophisttoated 
undenvater device he created and the mechanism 
threatens to eradk»te all sea life. 
m THREE'S COMPANY 'Chrlssy's Date' Fireworks erupt 
when Jack and Janet feel c(»npeiled to inform Chrissy that 
the mature, sophisticated man she is dating Is married. 
O ADVOCATE: A DEBATE ON NUCLEAR POWER In- 
tended to add more insight and perspective to the 
question of nuclear power plant safety, mis forum con- 
skiers me topic 'Shpukj There Be a Moratorium on 
Nuclear Power Plant Construction?' 
O TOO CLUB Guests: Australian evangelist Dan Arm- 
strong, mustoians Chico Holiday and PattI Roberts. 
SSOAP Episode Five. When Burt and Mary Campbell 
it Dr. Mediow, a psychiatilst, regarding Burt's problem 
and. cousins Eunice Tate and Jodie Dallas accidentally 
meet, many secrets are brought forth. 
O BARNABY JONES Susan Howard guest stars as a 
beautiful blackmail victim who resorts to theft of bonds 
and, eventually, to a hired killing to hide her shady past 
from her wealthy stockbroker husband. 

® ROSETTI and RYAN 'The Ten^econd Client' A young 
lady parked outside a hotel with the motor of her car 
running, becomes the prime suspect in a robbery- 
homicide. Guest stars Joan Blondell. 

FRIDAY 



THE ROCKPORD RLES 'The Second Chance' When 
im Rockford helps his friend, Gandy Fitch, protect Fitch's 
girlfriend from her brutal ex-husband, toey find toem- 
seives confronting a dangerous gang of counterteiters. 
Quest stars Isaac Hayes, Oionne Warwick. 
p A GOOD DISSONANCE UKE A MAN Theodor 
Timreck's award-winning film biography of American 
composer Charles Ives Is based on the composer's 
memos, reminiscences and taped inten^ews with 
relatives and friends. The film traces major infiuences on 
meconruioser'siife. 

P TDOCSLUB Guests: Dr. Sam Cochran, singers Ernie and 
Debbie Rettino. 

ID QUINCY *A Question of Time' Quincy's investigation 
into the mysterious death of a patron at a health spa pits 
him against a slick lawyer and a phony doctor, who are 
anxious to prevent adverse publicity. 
P FIRING LINE Host: VWiliam F. Buckley, Jr. 'The New 
Panama Treaty' is discussed by writer Phyllis Schlafly, 
author of several books on U.S. defense policy and 
strategy. 



I IB NEWS 

Iblacki 



11:15 



IPERSPKHIVEONTHENEWS 

i RALPH WILKERSON OF MELODYLAND 
INEWS 




Two NCAA powerhouses, Notra Dame (In the white jWMys) and 
use (M the dark Jerseys), square (^ m South Bend, Indiana for wtMt 
is sure to be an axpioaiva contest on ABC-TV's 'NCAA roOTBALi.' 
Satunlay.Oct.22. 

(NBCI^TKMAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE GAME: 4:Oo'pM E.D.T. 

•3:0OPMC.D.T. 

Deovw^ froncoa vs. Oakland Ridders; New England Patrtots 

vi. San Otego Cha^iera; Mtami Define vs. New Yotk Jeta. 

(NBC) NFL '77: 1:40 PM BJDJ. • 5:41 PM C.D.T. 
Wrap-up ta today's footbtfl news. 

(GB8)THENFLTOOAY:0:45PM E.O.T. -5:45 PM c!d.T. 
Poet-game sMres, highlights and sporta news. 

MONMY 

(ABO kMNDAY MQHT roOTBALL: 9:00 PM E.D.T. - 1:00 Ml 
C.O.T. 

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Rttaburgh Steelers, from Pittsbu^h, 
Pennsylvania. 

TUCTJAY 

(ABQ ¥Kmu> MRIES: 1:00 PM E.D.T. - 7:00 PM C.D.T. 

If a sixth Mffle ta neo^wy, Hw ^verai^ will be i»t)vMed 

from the «ty of me Amertoan League Otwnplon. 

WTONESDAY ' 

(ABC^WORtJ} KRKS: 140 PU E.O.T. • 7:00 PM COT. 

If a MveiMi gMie is necesMry. iivecoverage wiH tM provided 
tnm me city of ttw Amwttan Leslie Chan^A»n. 

FRW>AY 

(Wn SOC^PI MAM m GERMANY: 10:00 PM E.D.T. - 9:00 

PMC.O.T. 

A mmktf ^rlH pwnteras covering me l^st games played 

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REDD FOXX Guests: Rodney DangarfieM, Swedish 
mime jjroup, Mummunschanz. 

IB PORSYTE saga 'A Family Scandal' After his wife 
refuses him a divorce, Jo goes to live with his pregnant 
mistress Helene. Meant^ile, his cousin Smimes, a 
successful lawyer, fails in love with Irene Heron, the 
stepdaughter of a client. 
~)MANNA 

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I THE CBS LATE MOV^E 'Massacre and Fort Holman' 
1973 James Coburn, Telly Savaias. Fort Holman, an im- 
pregnable fortress. Is destroyed by a wIM bunch of 
marauders. (R) 

SI THE TONIGHT »K)W Host: Johnny Carson. 
POUCE STORY-THURSDAY NIQHT SPECIAL POUCE 
ORY-'50 Cents FIrat Half Hour, $1.75 All Day' A pair of 
police offk^rs investigate a sertoe of parking tot rob- 
beries. THURSDAY NIGHT SPEQAL-' Assassinations: An 
American Nightmare' Peter Lawford examines the cause 
and effect of assaults on public figures and the ImfMct of 
violence today. (R) 

g MOVIE Call Me Mister' 1951 Betty Grable, Dan Daitoy.' 
ng and dance nwn, stationed in Japan in WorM War H 
goes AWOL to follow his wife, a member of an en- 
tertainment unit who rejected him because of his nuuiy 
affairs. 
1:00 p TOMOfWOW Host: Tom Snyder. Guest: Mort Werner, 
fonner NBC programming executive. 



NETTjfORIg AND STATWNS RESERVE THE RK3HT TO 
MAKE LAST MINUTE CHANGES 



11:30 THE CBS LATE MOVIE 'M.A.S.H.' Hawkeye gains 
custody of a Korean giri during a poker game. 'KojMc The 

SFramfl* A mitfaccuflMj^ak of accepting a tJtIbe.® ♦ 
THETDNlQHrSiCW Hoet: Johnny Careon.^ueafct 
rbara Howar. 

S MOVIE 'Meet John Doe' 1941 Gary Cooper, BartMua 
inwyck. Giri reporter creates a story of John Doe who 
will commit suicide on Christnrtas Eve. 
|SPORTSWEB( 

J THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Hosts: Marilyn McCoo and 

Dlly Davis, Jr. Questa: Rod Stewart, Eric 6irmen, Randy 

Newman, Johnny Rivera, Kip Addotta. 

1:15 IB BARETTA 'Street Edition' Tony Baretta tries to un- 

• cover the connection between a poltee commisstoner and 

a mob chief, but a determined female reporter keeps 

getting in his way. 

NETWORKS AND STATK)NS RESERVE THE R»HT TO 
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plague Charlea foNoMring m sMiMn-taw's ^itti. 
Althougn experiiMma tti t^pn«M provide some 
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MOME 'the Hard Case' IMS Clint Walfcer. ^aphanie 
rs. Former Midier rMuma home to And Ma wife 
man up with a Mttticwt rebel taMler. (1 hr. 30 min.) 
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k Family. 

SUtWRBUCEWELKSHC 
NOVA 'Incident at Brown s .^eriy America's worat 
nuclear reactor accident came close to becoming a 
nuclear catastrophe. The iaaue of reactor safety In 
America's nuclear energy program ia examined. 
^NEWB 

CONGRESSMAN WMTEHURST REPORTS 

MARY TYLER MOORE SHOW 

THE BKMIC WOMAN 'Rodeo' Jaime tries to save the 

of an OSI scientist who insists on becoming a rodeo 
champion. 

fl FISH 'Flah and the Rock Star' Former deteotlve Phil 
Pwi ffluat facea hard declston when he ia offereda iobas 
a aecurity chief for a rock muaic Idol. 
• ADVOCATES: A DEBATE ON NUCLEAR POWER In- 
tended to add more Insight and perspective to the 
question of nuclear power plant aafety, ttila forum con- 
ahjera the topto 'Shoukl There Be a Moratorium 
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&uaade8 of the 14W centory through Vie Brlliah ex- 
periences In India and our own in Vietnam ia explored, 
considering the diftarencea be^veen tfie myttw and 
raiAtiea (rf cc^oniallam, 

■ MOVE 'Boy on a Dolphin' 1ie7 Sophia Lorm. Alan 
tjadd. PoatmiMT Greece: beautiful aponop diver (flecovera 
Mnken atatue of a boy on a dolphin Md tdea to aeN Ha 
wherMbouta to the hHihest bidder. An archaeoiogiat with 
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laode Seven. 'Dreama,' ie«jn1ne and (Maturbing, 
ptague Qmm foliowlng M ^tfeNiHuv'a deMt. 
AlthoiKlh experifflenta in h^me^ provide aome 
diatrai^Mt. hto tetter's atUMipta «t raialng monw cnise 
morsembwraaahigwoea. j 
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200 ■OONVmSATION '"^"^ 

■ ECXIAUrY The controversial (^leetion o« equality in 
AmarfesaM aawMned ki tour areas: equality of age, sex, 
ace and eeononte droun^ancM. 
■WORLOOFPENTEOOSr 

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■ GRANe PRK TBIMS Goverage of the finala of the 
rrao.000 Island Hoik^a Pro Tennis daaak;, reconled laat 
wedwraJ, <»^)atm from Maul, HmmII. 

■HAPPY IffNfTfiV 
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4:00 ■ THE NFL TOOAY Waahhigton RedaUna va. DaNaa 

wi^sm^ from Texaa Stadium, h^rM, Tttc. 

■ NATfONAL FOOTBALL LEMMlE GAME OeiMr 
teHtooa vi^Q*land Mders; New England Patrloto vs. 

■ LA8T0F1HE WND (Mforid Serlea nM^ alrTpb^ on 
*Mt«)^^Jtenvto schedule wW ^)piy.) 

BfiMHOF 
JUm^^ REVIVAL 

MOVK "ftftpm- 1907 Rwyiel Wslch, Tony Francfosa. 

.mwi parachute Jun^jw Is Mnd by a Scotemn to 

rec»»wa1M«agei^'apiS(^ore«lpmMrtlortfigi^rlng 

a bm^. Bui aha realizee he's really a MMnal and tfw 

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Atex MK^pie. An AmSriewi bu^eMman eomMo 
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nay faetoaN new and f ea l u rea w iltt Lee ieon»d, 
M ftmbd, RegMs ¥xmm Md wtOM NBC nort- 
ilg»o«itr*uuno reportslrom the taM. 

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Cianaid, M^&Mnbeiendn^gMi flMttM. 

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Ms0 Fred fttacMun^r/ jAwHi Leeetaa^ wry 
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4J0 9G88 SPIRTS SPKTACULAR 'ChuMcM Cup,' mM'a 
upA WMHn'a oymnastk: cdmp^tton, from Itaooya, 
Japan: 'Ax^ay Qub GoM Cu^' SBth nmnlng R^ 3^aar»- 
<M Md w M a mito and on#4iaif, front BMmoM Park, 
eimont, N.Y.; "Wofto'sStroogMt Mm, WrtW.' 

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to Hie WMte Laagw^ proffles the Afrtksners, wMto 
BotOh Mrknns who fSel threitened by t^ier ponMatfon 
IpouiM. Thto flbn wcptorea their hiatory, aWNom and 
vMiea and Sttempto to explain Soutti AfricM^tows on 
MiurUMW^^munism and the country's world reMHona. 

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■ NBC SATURDAY MGHT AT THE MOWS SomolMng 
^i' 1871 DMtfi mttm, Brton K«tti. A «a0«« bsffii ^ 
(Mwip«(toie 9091^10 In a nwnd tobtn rt wheaW^Md 
deaHno Inwivlrig gm, ieweto, « GMHrn gun. wImw ttid 
MMeea bi ItM WMtoro comedy a^ Si MwMpd in me 
l»ee.(2hrs.Wmln.) 

■ STARSKY AND MITCH Deem in a Olftaiwt Ptace* 
PfMcy is iMx^iud wfwn a veteran (»p and IM(4^ 

IS fcimd dead bt a tteuy km hwst, uvU m inve^^MM 

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berlain, BIythe Oanner. Oogn^bM poflialt olSooltand 

ZeMa FItzgeraM as they toce s maittiil orfMiln 1«». (2 

bra.) 

■ MOVIE 'Ambush Bay' 1800 Hugh O'Brton, Mickey 

Rooney. AdventwM of marine group on Japaiwae-lMid 

toland during W.W. H frying to help f^fltoana. (1 hr. 30 

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IMTt Mory. Le«ey Ann Vtanwi. Mtehaitf OM^aMhM. Due 
to the brutal Manttone of her MSpitfher, Midi defends 
herself wWi e knife uH to aoMio ratortn •ifhoA, ttto ffrst 
step MM toads Mm- to M MdenwMd-oomteisied house of 
praefltulton.aitn.} 

■ THE ABC SUNDAY NMHT MOWE 'WhHe Une Fever* 
1^ Jm>4nc»ml Vincent, My Lent Gidttig dnma of 
one nwi's im«Msi^Ktfnst 9m cernipllM and bnittflfy dl 
me^te anft^a ^MiduiBiy. ghro.) 

■ M ASTETE 'l lui THEATRE ^Otekena of London* 
Eptoode egM. mtMif AMiough Charles breaks 
EnglMid's hewt M wriTaa aH hto owA 6o(* ariea rsoorda 
wWi MS wetMy pubNcWon of 'Tlw OM OurtosNy Shop,' 
Ms mentoi s^ to a groMrtng cmtoe for ooni^m. 

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■ MBIONSFNmed enMHy m tocatton. Robert YourVs 
WambrMst' Ibllbws a' young MexIdM niefial alton's 
odimey - frtMi the be^ sfreete of TliUMs seroM Sie 
MmteM bordw and through the CMfomta agrfouMM 



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», flmto Mnwtf iritti two lobs, aiiMc irtto, and toM 
rtiark probiema, maUAg Mm verV aua<»ptfbto » a brfbS. 
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B&q^l, Robert ftfgin. Crline d ram s about two bro t h era who 
tocur ttiB tmfoq^ng anger of gsngaters whon they rob a 
gwAMig dM, unaware that it to molHxxMroiled. (R) (2 

■ MQME llie Apartntent' 1900 Jack LammM, Shirley 

liMaine. MMt happens whM m ambitious young liv- 

aimmi^ covpaiqf dark bucking to become m SMecutive 

\lMds^ ifMMsrit to others ki the oompMy who cm 

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KAMAS-Korr OF mow eetobii (lOraiMr^.^^., 
T)M»9 eiUbe ap^ (Mu QiuttrestAttotomiMibe- 
eniis eltleaiiO(Ms«ftts.]ttt«liiettab0^8pada^tIis 

a tbair albums bdbre bss siwen sone ciaa^ iotbe 
fs^'s anirosdi ant soowl. Bvt tiie Ji«« tibm *#oiiit 
(rf Kaow Wima^ sowds quite siOdlsr to iba ^i$<tosaAil 
"Laftorartam". Steve WaJah's driYinf vocals snl the rock 
TidUa of BflUqr StetBtardt are stUl tHe nalB eleoMBt io 
titointqw sond tf Kansas. 
OntertaaaMy there is no doe mok m^ tin ptnmr (rf 

"Carrj On Waresrd Son". The tltts soi^ and a tradklUled 
"PendoK" are the best rodm>s on the LP. Alaoof ia-f 
terest is a UgU acoustic piece "Dost in He Wind". A 
good album biA not as nonOMde as the last one for 
most people. 

PflOSBESilOW-REYER LETTDIG iSO (CMoMbta IC^lisn) 
Phoebe Smw's Toiee is mrt one of the classic fr^t ohib. 
There is a rough edge to ftapds mi^eaUy waYerii^ yttirato 
ttal makes tt soniethiic nvm^tim sad siiedal. Her aev 
sttMs Is vetY veil prothicad and perforrasd bf some ez- 
eeiyil muiciSBs. The i}aests iaclnde Kenoy Logilns, Bob 
JMBW^sMGrady Tate. 
r. Tin sm^bma iodode a vkto nuB«e of ttieitt thM Md 
I^MMUfe? fb ear^ree. The title song is aUsphtt fiishq) 
("Ob a Ob") number. There is also a versior^ tfe Aellow 
Paul amoB song "Something So RigU". Hds is anatbnm 
to iHve arooBd for Mrae qp^ and romsttic moannAs. 
SOmmMG MEW JEAM-MIOBK JflBtt - OIVQIME 
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I VMMM^CAMPAiQM Qub«mirtorW candidtfM Henry 
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diwuM tMr platfQrnii and answer queatkNM from a 

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MOVie 'The Desert Hawk' 1W0 Richard Greene, 
fvonne DeCario. The Desert Hawks, a Teheran 
blacksmith, protector of the pow i^^st tiw wicked 
Prince Murad, rescues the kMmpped Wincess, winnlnfl 
her love and the people's freedom. (1 hr. 30 min.» 
• A8 Mie SEE IT 'What Happens When ft Works?' from 
Stockton. Calif., tells the true stow of high Msfwiol^ who 
spearheaded a citywide effort to prepare for 
desegregation, 'No More Lwwhsaeks for Me' from 
Wiatftai,,Kan,, dramatizes how a free school lunch 
drcM^am for tow-income families aftectt desegregation. 
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rMMMT ttnn Mchn^cny fnMi wtitoh knowle<tae is (Htined.^ 
irrnitOI|KlNtl««IIMfK<TNl«olVee' While 
r«Kl Choline IniNllii iNiiMHi^. their daughters and 
yoMHTAMly (|an«y are tw^ortzed by a hunger-crued 
piikef ^iOM wild d«;». 

timsmf&mmCHmim 'TIw winner's Orcle: 
Idy turns locfcey tor a ^ Mii#n the San Pedro _ 
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MO ■ THE KTTY MMTE SHOW Wheri John finally feels 
stror^ enough to tell Jo^se their first divorce was not valM 
and to tieg her to divorce him again, Joyce leacts with all 
the fUjw of a woman scorned - twice. ((XJWCUJSKJN) 

fP mC MONDAY MQHT AT THE MOVIK '79 Park 
venue' Part II. lestoy Ann Warren, Marc SrHjer. Mar)a 
adopts the professiorart name of Mariaqne l^rgan «id 
weds Ross Savitch, The union is loveless arKJ, n<M long 
after, Ross is slain in their living room by racketeers. (2 
hrs.) 

t ABC'S IkKMMY MQHT FOOrBMi. Cincinnati 
ngals vs. Pittsbunjh Steelers from PittsiHirf^, Penn- 
sylvania. 

n AGE OF UNCERTAINTY 'Unin and the Great 
Unglutng' explores the b^ri^yp of the old political order 
by Wfiiid War I and the introduction of a sociailst aller-' 
native by the Russian Revolution. 
B 7W CLUB Guests: Roger Palms, editor of DECISION 
"^ K^^ne, singer, Tim Sheppard. 
^^B MMJDE Maude's all-out campaign to get a well- 
iseiVed salary raise for one of Walter's reinale em- 
plby^ss backfires when the lady decides to talw the ralae 
-and Waller, too. 



10:00 B RAFFERTY In the nitdst oi a i>tarUing efNdemic ^ an 
'«tttv;t' dis«l«e, iwllo. Dr. SM Rafferty, »3nfronted «Mh a 
crttterily-lll gift diepUiyIng polto ^fl^»oms, deNM the 
oM», nis ooHeeguaa and his youiHl (Mtlent'a fm^e 
par«ritsby<llii6ftMiM|h«ralimentasdeadlybotuiiMi. 
B AMEnCANAMOffr STORY The Blue Hotel' »afilMn 
cone's story atirl divid Wterrwr as a young Swecto. Wed 
Witt) tales of (h* uHiined West, w^ arrlvee m m llOOe 
N^nska frdnttar town and seta into motion a dtaM novel- 
type adventuce (h vMiich his fears of violence come true. 

10-40 BUFEMTMltMNn' 

I WeOANO TELfVlSiON REVIEW TYte Magic Mind Of 
Eli Nc^es' PM I. Jmige mwiipulatkM) le a recurrent ttwaie 
In the works of Qlmmaker Eliot Noyes, Jr. Screened (K9 
ttie Academy Award nominee 'Clay,' 'Alphabet,' 'Bad 
Dog' and 'Sindmani' aa well aa an excerpt from 'The 
Fable of He irtd the.' 

!IOBUU>0eM11Ni SHARES 
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I THE TONQIfMHOW Gueat host: Steve Martin, 
uesia: Wflll QrtM't KrisMn. George Gobel, Paul Williams. 
B MOVIE 'Lur» of ih9 WIMemees' 1M2 Jean PMers. 
Jmrey Huirter. The kingdom of the crocodile and ttie 
oiMtonmoutti where a dirt lived as she might have a amton 

«in Mp is suddenly Invaded. 
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lin. Ranch for«iw) helps lady owner flght neighboring 
«ncher In barbed Wre war. (1 hr. 30 min.) 
B AS WE SEE fT 'Metoo' kxMts at voluntary busing In 
Boston, 'Oreo Cookie' from Wichita, |(an., focuses on 
|Mr pressure In deeiKiragaMd 8ltuati<ms and 'Intenactal 
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B UVEFROM UNOOLM CEKtm Manon' TJie New York 
<my Opeot'e (mxtuethMi of JuIm Masseoet'a 19th-century 
cUmrte is tMacast Hv» fioffl the New York State TheMer. 
B«verty ^Ite stars as a young woman who gete 
akiettlcked from her trip to a convent into a series of 
a^Ninlurea. 

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B II.A.I.K Major Winchester, conveying the drearlneas 
and fru^nMdn of his new Muatlon at the 4077th hoepitd in 
a fi^w recording to hit parento. alao oftere his candM 
aseeesiMnt 01 sonte (^ Ito prInolpMMrsoiialittes. 
B TUESDAY MOVIE OF THE WEEK '79 Park Avenue' 
Lesley Ann Warr^, Michael Coitstantlne. After Marianne 
discovers that her fMher-ln-law tm taken liberties witti 
im y»ata dMx^ter. she oonfronte him and, in self- 
defense, slays him. (OONCLUSK)N) (2 hrs.) 
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necessary, ABC ^jorte wrtll provkte live coverage of It 
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does not air, regular progrannnlng wHi apply. 



Wr: Roper's integrity when he Is led to beltove hia okJ car 
Is a va(utf>te classic after he has sold it, for $200, to Jack. 
JanMandChrtssy. 

a Tw CLUB QMetia: B(M Hromas, ivesident of En 
Mape, scientM-muslcian Martin Lundquiat, Oannlbelle 
fMH awioer 

9:90 B^NEOAY AT ATIME Ed hopes to have the switch to 
turn off his dinjghter'e marriage plans when he meete the 
OrO(Mn>tlM)e. (CONCLUSION) 
B BOaP Jesstea Tate has traumatic information regar- 
omg Coilnne that she must tell Chester; Danny gets a 
fftghMiIng uiflmatum from the godfather; Burt has good 
itews tor hie wife. 

10HI0 iftWii GRANT Pursuing a story on ttte American Nazis, 
Sllte enters the Brown Shirt headquarters uncovering 
shocking information. 

B FAMILY Doug and an attractive female lawyer become 
frandly after a legal battle, but when the lady gets 
serious, Doug is bom troubled and tempted. 



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tm TONIGHT SHOW Guest host: Steve Mirtin. 
uests: Andy Kaufman, Bemadette Peters. 
~ TUESDAY MOVIE OF THE WESK. 'Hit Lady' Yvette 
imieux. An elegant, cultured woman's job as a 
professional artist Is the cover for the real occupatton she 
now can't quit -a successful hired assassin. (R) 

?9 MOVIE 'It Happened One Night' 1934 ciarit Gable, 
laudette Colbert. Run-away heiress meets 
newspaperman on bus who shleMs her from her father'a 
searching agents in order to get the scoop. 
1:00 B TOMOfWOW Host: Tom Snyder. Guest: Represen- 
tative Spokesman Ralph Aldan. 

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(ABC) NCAA FOOTBAU: 1:30 PM E.D.T. - 12:30 PM C.D.T. 
Uve coverage of the game between USC and Notre Dame. 

(CBS) SPORTS SPECTACULAR: 4:30 PM E.O.T. - 3:30 PM 

C.O.T. 

Leon Splnks vs. Kevin Isaacs, In s 10-round heavyweight 

fight; Michael Splnks vs. opponent to be announced; and 

'The Worid's Strongest Men.' Part IV. 

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B MOVIE 'The Ust ChlM' 1971 Mtehael Cole, Van HefHn. 
In a future tlihe, the govwnment iasuee an edtot whtoh 
limits a tomily to one child. Coupiee' first cMM dies and 
titey expect another, the government consMers that the 
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8:00 BGOOOTMieS'WUIona the Spy' Department store siNes 
m. R^ers and Mias Johnson introduce new employee 
WHIona to their nenffMis trade. 

a THE UFE AND TIMES OF GRIZZLY ADAMS 'A Bear'a 
S' When Ben, the grizzly, roeme far from his lair he gete 
a few aurpriaes, Incnidir^ an encounter with an Indian 
medicine man and a wild ride^on a runaway covered 
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mher wtwn Ms chlMren accuse him of running the family 
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B SAtinQ lOOBE After meeting JacMe's ex-boyfrlend, 
LMMiy wante to impreaa her aomdiow. ao he agrees to let 
Raymond set up a phony fight that he can artn. 
H WOKHOUSE PIAVhOUSE 'The Rise of Minna Nord- 
strom' concerns a crafty parlor maM In Prohlbltton-era 
HoHMood wtfo Iwa designs <mi beomilrH) a movie star. 
Ttteiey to her i^ Hee In the lack of lk)uor on the night of 
a movte mogul^l spectacular party-and what lengths ttie 
host will go to In order to get some. 

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5 Jame» Caan, Rc^rt Duvall. A company that 
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S THE Of^GON TRAIL 
CHARUE'S ANGELS The Angels and BoileytnfUtrate a 
. oiw UFO club suspected of doing away with wealthy 
menreers after taking their mortey. 
B GREAT PEfVOFMANCES 'PagllaccI' FIAfned tor 
television at the La Scale Opera House In Milan, Ruggtero 
Leoncavallo's popular opera stars Jon VIckers, Salna 
Corsi-Kat>alvanska and Peter Glossop In the story of an^^ 
Itinerant clown who discovers that his wife has been ' 
unfaithful. Hert>ert von Karajan conducts. 

TOO CLUB Guests: Australian evangelist Dr. Gordon 
^weil, singer, Alvis Barnett. 
lOHN) B BK3 HAWAN 'Red Midnight' When MItoh, a newly i 
Itoensed pilot, takes his fsther up for a look at the Mauna 
Loa votoano, the plane develops engine trouble and Mitch 
crash lands the craft Just as the crater starts to erupt. 
B BARETTA 'Lyman P. Dokker, Fed.' Tony Barette, trying 
to ;solve a muitJer and recover a priceless emerakl 
necklace belonging to an oil sheik, is teamed witti an FBI 
agent who Is not what he appears to be. 

ANYONE FOR TENNYSON? 'Thomas Hardy's Wessex' 

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THE CBS LATE MOVIE 

THE T0NK3HT SHOW Guest host: Delia Reese. 

STARSKY AND HUTCH-MYSTERY OF THE WEEK 
'Af^KY AND HUTCH - 'Terror on the Docks' Stvsky 
and Hutch try to nail the dockworker who killed an un- 
dercover officer. MYSTERY OF THE WEEK - 'Mr. and Mra. 
aQd the Magic Studio Murders' John Rubinstein, Lee 
Kroeger. A dead man's secret haunts a group of 
magicians. (R) 

•a MOVIE 'Dakota' 1945 John Wayne, Walter Brennan. 
open spaces, an elopement, a $20,000 theft, a land war, 
and crooks trying to burn out wheat farmers. 
1.-00 B 1OM0mX)W Host: Tom Snyder. Guest: tomwr 
raramount Pksture president Frank Yablan. 

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WMbti 740)- Contemporary musicnews, sunup-suuiiet. 

#RA1^ ^tl50)-8oul music aad programming, news, 
continuoafl. 

WEOO (940)-"Coiii^rypoltan" music, news 15 mimites 
past the hour, sports, agriculture rqx>rt at 12:15; sun- 
rise to sooset. 

WPMH (1010)-liiq)inttional music and programs. Mutual 
networic new on the hcmr and lalf boor, weather, sports, 
and public af^rs programs daily, old radio shows 
tnm the '30's and '40s daily at 4 p.m.; sunup-sunset. 

WCMS (10S0)-Mod«ii country music, local news at 
10 minntes pa« the hour; 6 a.m. - sunset. 

WZAM (mO)-iiecliBg Country Music, news, weather, 
sports, traffic np(ai$i suniq* to sunset. 

WHOR (U30)-nnBresslve Top 40 muidc, ABC Con- 
temporary Netwmlt, continuous. 

WOKT (127(n'CiMiitr^ music. Mutual News and Sports, 
weatter, fsanres, selected religious programming; 
6 a.m. - sunset. 

WGH (1310}-Cooliteporary music, news at 55 mimites 
past the hov, hatttllMn at 25 minutes past; continuous. 

WHNE (1350>-CDiiiitr7 music, news sports; continuous. 

WPCE (1400)-nit soul music, gospel programming. 
Mutual Blade Ketwork News; continuous. 

WFOG n450)-Cai^emporary music, news, weather and 

CO. ilfiUOUS. 

* V EC(1490)-ABC-InIormaUon. 

WVAH (155Q)-Masical favorites, Mutual prugiams, 
nev , n 1 >uiiup-suiiset. 

WCPK (1600}-EaBy Ustenii* popular music, "pop" 
concerts, NBC News and features; 6 a.m.-sunset. 

WTAR-AM, 790, Adult Contemporary music, infor- 
matton, sports, traffic rqxirts. CBS news and qtedals. 

FM STATIONS 

WNH8-FM ^.7)-Cotttemporary mosie, news, sports; 
8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 8 a.D. • 
11 p.m. Friday, off the air Saturiby and amday. 

WTGH (89.«)-Clas8ical music. National Piddic Radto 
Networic programs, news; 6:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. 

WJLY-FM (92.i)-Popular hit music of the last 20 
years, plu.' tf hit releases, news co tte hour; 

continuous. 

WFOG-FM (MJ)-Easy listening music in stereo, 
80 per cent in^^eotal, 20 per cent vocal, early 
morning news, IS and 55 past the hour, 5:55-8:55 
a.m., itews, 95 past the hour every other hour, 9 a.m.- 
7 p.m. and 2:55 ivl 4:55 a.m., weather, 27 past the 
hour, 5 a.m. - 7 p.m., cootiauous. 

WMYK-FM (93.7)-Progressive AUnm Rock music, 
news at 6, 8:W, 7:30, 8:30 a.m., feature album at U 
p.m., maiimuffi ^ 8 commercials per hour; coitfiD- 
ttons. 

WKEZ-FM (95.7)-Easty likening stereo music, six 
comaierctols per fwof; news evei? half hour during 
Murly moratef period, every other hour thrmg^KNit 
tte day; wetA«> at the half hour ttroo^Hoirt ttie day 
and early evening; coiMimoBS. 

WBatFM (98.S)-»ereo ma^c, Uve entertainueaft. 
ABC News weather, sports; 6 a.m.-ll p.m. 

Wm>FM (97.3^ stereo Classieal, semielaasieal 
masie, aavs, coannnu. 

WNOR-FM (99}-AlhaBi rock masic, news sad leather, 
coMinoas. 

WTFI-FM C^thAU Stereo ChrisHaa musiG aad pro- 
gnas, continoM Motlay ttoon^ Frktey 7 a.a. - mU- 
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WCMS-FM (n0.l^-»ereo, Coortry and Wasten fUk 
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na a fS i fitted omuiwAIs; eMttnow. 

«SU-FM-n8.^-^»^ltea m^ Mm tm, mn 
I Qmm m^ iM winweiauMi Aoit 
iMimrw ariiay from 5 to I a.*.; m the 




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TIDEWA TERS MOST POPULAR FEA TUHE 



FREE BEES 

H jrow ten 4 4ot «- eat or Myaiis« jm «ut to fi?«liwtjr, wt wUl rm jwyr eUas- 
V^J^ ^m^m^tum. T«s, ttMit*s riglit, we'B raa jfogc.^ ia our p^Mltr rXEE 
•Sr McttoiL tUA ii ft iMMle iti^e* provliM by jtmt konlTsM eonm^^ Hw- 
pi^tr, 

Twtr PSEI ME M wtU rMA Justthtr^kt p«q^ wke wiU provM* t tfet ^« Ckt 
jMr Mtaut, AM tf il'a M«Mttfe« •ls« inw tev* to i^ft amy. yo«r friMda aa« a^- 
liM «iB awNfriato imr ^Mnal^. Sd call Wf.^71 to plae* your FBBE BBt^ 

m _«. «^ 



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FREE TREIS, ert ^w- 
I self ter fiitwood. \m 
Traotwood Avt. Va. Beach, 
Vg Call after 5:00 - 481- 
3141. 



t je STC^ Qrpirisjtfto* hiM 
madt anrfUttekitto {Mb- 
lie a torn qn-Merfy cob- 
senmtioa eMtled, 'All 

A txNrt bndatks. ' ' This 20- 
romute Iflfi ts deslgoed 
to edu<»te th« viewer in 
proptTi'tto • tt - ywrself 
teetaiiiiNC in home insula - 
tioa. Merested persons or 
groqpa are aafeed to con- 
tact the STOP^nniiaUon 
for Airtlter iii£nrllatioaand 
sclMdul^. The film is a- 
vaibiblt FREE of charge. 
PlMM'MBtaet Mr. John 
Ha^dit. W«ath«HzaU(m 
Coordlaator, it fi27-3541. 
Ext. 305 for inf(u*mation 
. and sctedtilii«. 

SDC PUmES not bred - 
part beatfe to food hone. 

€311547-7363. 

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FEMALE-l YR. - White 
German Shqten). Go to 
home with necUUrea. Call 
393-0422. 

MIXED COCKER & TER- 
RIER, male, 2 yrs. old. 
All slKrts, great with Uds! 
FaiBily Doviiig aad »^ 
find p»d home. 4M-4244. 

ENGLISH IVY - after 4 
p.m. -S47-t9$S.AUyaa 
haye to do is dig it 19. 

KnTENS - Free- Bom 
7/8/77, 2 males, 2 (e - 
males, all are fluffy. Lit- 
ter tax tnined, 1 male 
orange k wliite, with one 
blue eye, out green eye. 
Old GEX Portsmouth store 
area. 488-6873. 

FREE-STUDENT DEaC— 
One (1) PER family. Last 
2 Saturdays in October. 
(2|&d. A 29fh) DESKS, 
OC., too Crawfwd St 
PirUnoiaL 

— f- — '" ' y« ' . — — B- 

FKE TO GOOD hime - ' 
f^ale pivnr, 1/2 adaa- 
toK coUie aad 1/2 deb«r- 
maa ptacher. Looks Uka 
small DoUe. 949-4509. 

CQCK-A-POO apricot is 
color, dsall o«t door dog 
loves cUlA-en. Good M»- 
positioB. Has shots. Free 
to .'good home. Call 397- 
1823. 



FREE TO GOG© WME 
ONLY: 3 Cock-a-poos; 2 

omes aad 1 female, 3 yrs. 
oW; 4f?-.7«7. 

KtrrENS:Bbcfc and white 
fenalM, 2 moaUa old. Call 
4n-4H5. 

AD(HtAM.E part beagle 
p^pf tt9t to good home: 

4^7760. 

COCKES SPAMHU: FSEt 
to loviag hone. Sbe is 4 
yrf . (M, kas been spaced, 
is jAKC rafistered aadpa- 
F pen an laclwM. Call: 
j 4yr-74l? 

raPHES: Irish s«t^/ 
U^ador pupirtes, eacel- 
UMt pets «- hartllf do«- 
Frw to good hone, call 
411-3064. 

FREE TO GOOD home: 
2, 6 irit. oM p^. Mixed 
bited. Prefer to keq> to- 
gether ia good hiMBe. Call 
5«-6031 aftar 7:30 p.m. 

3 YR. OLD MEDIUM size 
dog miud Indeed. Female, 
qpayed. 4J1 shoU. Loog 
rtddisfe brown teir. Loaes 
o«tdoors-oeMb yard. Lik- 
es eUMw. CaUSti-8191. 

siFE SdMMd Limches: For 
lAc iofonB^ten ob food 
a^ety, write for a eapj 
of "Food S^ety for the 
FiaUly" frm the South- 
tmA laCDra^ion Office, 
UlDA, Room 206, 1718 
PlKhtreea., HW, Atlan- 
H G*. WSW. 



FftEE papptes. SmaU 
raotter fai terrinr. !^ 
tMr shots. CaU S4S-8S42 

after 5 p.m. 



OiMMM %Qpard piq)- 
p^. FrM W piod home. 
^ry ^Mjr pinrtes. 2 
MMhs^L HZj^^ 

KnTIM ■' Very irt^. 
Cy«M Brt^ arM. 412 - 



FBEECXDUjOG 




ft.f r«« Bae 



FREE TREES-Cat ^aneU 
soitUde for firewood and 
timber. CaU 463-1448 af- 
ter 4:30 p.m. 

FREE psppy to good home. 
Male, 6 months old. Call 
483-2212 after 5 p.m. 

KITTEN - 4 months dd. 
Black female. Won tte 
cutest kitten award at the 
Chesapeake Library Cm- 
test. Free to good home 
oi^.«aa-3ft». 

S BEAUTIFUL KITTENS- 

1 tenales and 2 males. 

2 months oM. Half sianesc, 
with Siamese markings but 
not colors. FREE to agood 
tome. Call 488-6819. 

WRITE CAT, male (acu- 
tered), I year old, 1 yellow 
eye and 1 blue eye, good 
home cnly. 428-4064. 



FREE! Garage Sale signs! 
Planning a sale? Comely 
nvns Realty, 1740 LadSa 
Rd.-Hilltop and pick-q) 
your niEE |iro^|ssioa«lly 
paihted sign. Also we will 

lend you a free "FOR SALE 
BY OWNER" sign.ifycm 
are moviag and fuming to 
sell your own house. Call 
422-3620. 

LOVEABLE. friaadly dog 
free to good hoaM. Prefor 
tuBlly that loves animals 
and has lots of yardspace. 
1 yr. ^famaleAbasbeen 
spayed. Lf^t tan etior, 
part sbq^rd aad part 
eellle. She is good with 
diMrM aad aO paof^. 
, 486-8663. - 

SCIENTOLOGY: Free lec- 
ture every Simday at 3 pm 
and 7 pm OB this coitfro- 
versial tim^y slibjeet. Get 
your (laestkns answered, 
be informed. No-oi^ga- 
tiOD. 206 22nd Str^ - 
Upstairs. Va. Beach, Va. 

pies - N#ed1idl»nbBioDS 
for someone to play with. 
421-9614. 

BABY YOUNG RABBITS - 
give away to good home. 
All colors. Call 487-6777. 

CATS - two blade - fixed 
would like to go as pair. 
C"J1 '»86-75i<» 



SMALL CACTUS seedling 
ud cvttiags - need care 
mtu established in sunny 
wiotew. Dirt and pot not 
included. Call 547-7279. 

AD(»ABLE CAUCO m - 
ten— male, 4 mooths old, 
plaj^ aad oihtty— needs 
a knring home. FREE to 
rigM tamily. CaU 340-l)7» 
after 5:00. 

FREE TO GOOD HOME. 
Six tl^r ccdorad Uttes. 
Looks like Morris of TV. 
-Litter box trained. 6 - wksV 
old - weamd. ChnrchlSBd 
area. M4-5748. 

PUPPIES - Mixed bread, 
madium sized doga, part 
shqjherd and coek-a-pe(H 
Free to good home. Vary 
adorable and loviag, mat 
see toap|n«data,421-M4. 

FREE CAT-six years old. 
Has black short hair, 15 
lbs., has had shot5 beoi 
neutered. Trained to stay 
outside durii% the day, at 
Bight sleeps insi(te. Veryaf- 
feettonate. Leaving area, 
fi-ee to good home only. 
Call 4M-9S30. 



'2 6-WK OLD piqM. Mixed 
brMd - Vntm to ke^ 
togedier in good tome. CaU 
543-6M1 after 7:30 p.m. 



FREE: 6 month old female 
Lato|d(H- ^Kriever. Mov- 
tag and muat fbd a loving 
fanrily for pat, ^r^H- one 
Uttthas laife f^ead jnurd. 
She has had ^ baginB«- 
shots only CaU 497-6941. 

2 WTTEim, I mo, old, 
one loi^ hair black, one 
short hair white males 
.i>.n ni'otered, tad shots 
Call Vi'^-m^. 

FREE to good hone. La-" 
bod^ PW. 6 WM- akots 
4 w^nad. Ibla ^tm» - 
»rata.^.0NtaliH>S'i0 

PM. - 

FREE KITTENS - 8 wks. 
fM, Utter taHist. Ttt- 
Mes Can 4lt-1096 Ma 

3 p.m. 



FKEE-^eeial 
MM7 hour at 



i (aar oM 



^ at 11 as. 



0-f raa Bw 



MIXED IfflELTIE needs 
loving tome with lots of 
room to n» aad i^f . 9 
month old female, ipayad 
and has all dioU. Good 
disposition. FREE to good 
tome. 340-2801. 

FRE£ CAILIMEN ACTI- 
VITIES-Story and movies, 
craft (toys and piqipet shows 
CaU CUldren Co-onlina- 
tor, PMgy Fortittad at 
547-6562!^ 

FREE STORY i«}UR-for 
chUdrM to help work- 
ing parents, for chUdren 
ages 3 to 6, oe Wednes- 
days at 7 p.m. and Satur- 
days at 11 a.m. Chesapeake 
Headquarters Library IB 
Great Brieve. 

FREE-yuRpies, ^aized and 
shepbanl. Both males and 
femalaa. 9 weeks old. CaU 
482-1016. 

FREE WOOD - FrmB (dd 
Aed, good tor fire«ood, 
caU 427-2211 or 428-0100 

THREE beautiful male 
German Shqipard papiites, 
free to good home! One 
black and two white onea. 
Six weeks old aad ready 
to go now! CaU 545-4823. 



FREE • Two cata. One Is 
a solid Uadt female, qiay- 
ed other is a stdid iddte 
male, neutered. Bott eats 
are very gentle. Giving a- 
way because of aUergtes. 
Need very loving hone, 
older coiqile inwferred. 
Cal'. M7 sgaa after 5 p.m. 

FREE to a good tome male 
part Angora kittes 7 weeks 
old, litter trained. WUlde- 
liver for your approval with 
la reasonable distance. 
Free food and litter box. 
Call 547-2475 after 4 p.m. 



10 

I 



- THAT'S BK^TIIU 
Gennu Skaskardpq)- 
ea that are laag to need 
loving hmnea ifovaiBber 1. 
Come tate yooriidtl CaU 
467-3234, aftar 6:00 pm. 



DOG - 7 mo^ tHA part 
Labador, free to tovtog-o^ 
home immediately. Male. ^, 
^itttfbrokan, vary affec- 
tienste, lows ehUdren. 
4I1-M78. 428-7667. 

KITTENS: Males ft Fe- 
males, 5 wks. old, iHati' 
haired. Have 1 tortetM 
shell, 2 Uadc, t solid 
white and 1 (ouge kitten 
with blue ^ea. Also need 
loving home for lUaA fe- 
male kttten, 3 nun. old 
aad 1 black male kitten, 
2 mos. (dd. 2 miles frooa 
' N(»ihwest River Put. 
421-9567. 

BUYER PROTECTKXK-U 
you're in tte market tat a 
used ear, thare's a Hiai 
law to protad yon i^ataat 
odoaMtw fiiiic, ralUag 
back tfM mtlaafs eooatu-. 
W^rtte tor ttefrae folder, 
"ConmnnM- Protaetian Un- 
do' New AMitampMiag 
Odometer Uw," trm tte 
NaUonal Highway Traffic 
Safety Admialatratiw 400 
Snanth St. S.W., WaMi«- 
ton D.C. 2(»90. 

LOOKWG FOR A Wff- 
FALO roast? OranEddmo 
conventioB? Or maj^ a 
meeting of the Iowa NMk- 
bird Federatton? Fiad oirt 
what's happening ia Amer- 
ica t^ eaUiK tUs toU firee 
number (8OOJ 621-1256. ft's 
the tourist's -^ 
frinid. 



3 VERY CUTE tong haired 
piWias 8 wks Adoralde 
orange I weA m kttten. 
547-4872. 



SIAMESE CAT - Moving, 
mn^ fiad good home - Oe- 
clawad aad MrtMwd oiale, 
Seato<dat, 2 yt%. old 'Ufces 
to eat' s^^ ^ants aad 

3 MIXED GStMMf Siiv- 
tords. Female - f wriu 
old. CaU after 6 p.m. §«- 
6692. 

KITTEm - fimpmi ' 
bme. Fliwr, 1 Miua, i 
mal M. (^fl^^-'Wil. 

FREE horst wmtf t» 
r^riltfDs. G(«t Br^M 
ar«M. After t p.». Cm 
547-74M 

mms-§mAm aa toed 

Of MiM|Hi.iUfetHrllMey 
at W^m aMr 4 pM. 



Ftee LOT of hSiM 19- 
fpm 



I ftUO 



Mif to 

vric CiNUim«r J^wt, 
9^t oi Cmmmtm M^ 

^it*ifi0B, DC, 




GOTTA <SB01tn Tte 
nd|i«t«r 9m^ Bustoess 
B«^8 ia a«iBip|Md to as- 
sist yon wtth your con - 
suBH- prrtriems. CaU 627- 
M91 »KK> « 4:0(Q Monday 
- Frtdajp. TeU us your 
proUems. If we can't help 
you. we wUl either tell 
you why or rrfer y«w to 
proper ageaey wtocanhe^ 
you. 

'FREE to alpodhoaMonly. . 

9 mudh Siamese Seal Point 
kitten. Shi^. 467-6990 - 
490-0591. 

FEDERAL TAX informa- 
tiM aad asat^ahM. C^ 
between 8 a.m. and 4:45 
pm. Telaptoie 461-3770. 



FREE WEATBESREPOtT 
Up-to-the-hour. &mptOtt 
Roads area forecut. Dial 
936-1212. 

KITTENS: ZtaaaleUttens, 
Tal*v colored, litter 
trained. 6 weeks okl. Free 

to good tome. 484-1096, 
after 3 p.m. 

BE OUR FRIEND- Adofit 
and give your love and 
home ftHT our animals. We 
need your help. Parte • 
mouth Humane Soci^. 
397-6004. ,- - 

FREE-I 1/2 yr. 6U male 
dog. Mixed breed, mediom 
si^. Good pet, fHendly 
and pUyfui. Needs good 
home with fenced yard. Has 
had shote. 421-3m. 

FREE: 3 kittens, male, 
«Ute, grey and tdaek, 8 
«ks., to good home. 428- 
0476 after 3:00 yedtdays. 



FREE IMVIE8 evwryWed- 
uMday at 12:10 p.m. at 
Klra Litoarjr, 301, E. aty 
HaU Ave., Norfolk. 

FOUR KITT£ItB#^Vm 
^yf^, 6 weitikrikLlTw. 
Odl between rp.m. and 10 
p.m. 487-4833. 

3 ador^is'kittens, 6 wedts. 
Utter-trained. CaU 486- 
4S52 after 6:00. 



DOG - 3 yr. old male. 
Mixed terrier, bozef. 
Loves chiUren, free. 463- 
0434. 



TERRIER / DACHSHUND - 
idacfc nd iriiite markli«s, 
short haired, 7 werics. Free 
to good home. 483-1467. 
evenings only. 

F1UMT AND BACK SEATS 
tor 71, 72 or 73 Ford^an- 
dard aiae. 547-4258. 
FREE 



BEACa^E PUP-6 months. 
Great wtth ehUdren. Free 
to good hmne. 486-7246, 
after 6 we^riays. 

FREE GAMES - to check 
cmt. Pit, Probe, Moec^oly, 
Scan, BadKammi, CharUe 
Brown, Raggety Am. 
ChMS, Rubber puzzles and 
maiqr more at Cheaapeake 
Headqnartera Library, 
Gmt Bridge ChUdren^s 
Room. . 

FOUR mixed breed pqipiea 
Eight weeks «ld. Anyone 
wto can give them a good 
home welcomed. Medium' 
sized dog. Can be sew' 
anytime A IZM KempaviUe 
Rd. 



BEF(»tE PUTING a smoke 
(toteetor tor your hMne, 
send for a study report 
giving critinl assess- 
mente of Oe differed 
makM aad models. Free 
from PtAUc Cttit«i Re - 
search Group, 2000 P St. 
N^pirt^taa, D.C. 

V. FREE BR0CH!«E8' 
teU you how to ^ &m- 
puterisad - perMaaUaad 
Btortqttffl foreeasto. A- 
masbigly accurate. Write 
fa- jmt FREE ^tO- 

.^OKES to : RMiert R. 
^ley, Inc. P.O. MiiU, 

, Gttsvme, NY ItHU. 

FREE FUm pregrams fur 
kMi tt Orert IMr. VlB- 
dwr Voada and Uqtfria 
Bead Mu^ ttra^i ev- 
mj MmIv Mntaf . 
Coitoet N^niT tar la- 
ftinitftoa AMattOM,. 
ttMSttdAMi. 

OME WAT to make a free ' 
hag 4ti^am telsphoM 
m^ ttri m0-$f$-1212 to 
fM ONt if ttw party 3NM*f« 
aBlif tas clfi-ft«e(600) 



Q^ ^ ai aMIftog to 


Moyoek ftaa ItelMt M 


ne^e few tad i^lm 


tookM. 



NEED A ffLM w ^aaker: 
tm jtrnr am cMmHttag? 
Tto OMprttoPtfkU- 



ATfnOKM: FrM Bee 
AdvertlMsl Am a sar- 
viee toM (and foara^ 
pl«M eaU ia aad eaaeel 
your "FSEEBEfadlMn 
you have 'given away' ytur 
product er Minal. 
POST 547-4571 

SUN 486-8430 



VERY aftecti. 4te cat to 
good hi»M (Mly. aix yeurs 
old, with Aort blade lair. 
Has had shote and has been 
nmitered. Trained to stey 
outeide in the day and 
sleeps inside at sdght 
Leaving area and mnstOnd 
a good hMBe. 484-9880. 

FREE Usting to boy w seU 
fin kcout uniforms. Call 
484-6003. 

NEED A commuatty mtoded 
speaker for your civic 
noq>? Call ttO-95'n be- 
tween 9 a.m. and 12 noon. 
UondAv through Friday. 



The Tidewater Correspon- 
dence Bible SduxA wUl 
send a Free Bible Course 
to all who write in for them. 
We have five courses avaU- 
able, one forchildroi, 9-12 
one for teens; ami an easy 
and advanced course for 
adults. Write to: Ticie - 
Mter Correspondence 
Bible School, P.O. Box 1247 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320. . 

DON'T PAY for it. Get tt 
tee at the Headquartera 
Chesi^ieake PubUc U- 
Ivary,' original paintii^s by 
local artiste, Hdlywood 
movies, aad sculptiffe to 
decorate your tome. We 
idso have loads of free in- 
formation to deconUe your 
■»«■* 

FREE: Bndcen pieces of 
concrete. Yours fbr the 
tekiag MigM be usefol as 
bulkheadlng or land fiU 
340-2981. 



FfiEE EteraJ Life-Gail, 
420-6444. 



KnTENS-6 Made, male ft 
female, Free togood tome. 
6weduQld. «2-i647. 

CCH.I1BB - PUPPY. FuU 
Meeded^ very lovl^ and 
^ayftO. Nee& iaunedlato 
heme vlft lote of Imre. 
GieaUant for ddldren's 
pet «7-8S77. 

FREE - Female dog, 8 
monOm old. SmaU. Lttes 
childran and outdoon. CaU 
543-8890 after 6 p.m. 

FIVE piq^ies free. Five 
weeks. «ld, mother Ameri- 
can ^tz, faUier Goldra 
Cocker Sjianiel. 2 males 
and ttaree females. CaU 
499-8843 after 2:00 week 
days aad all week-«>d. 

- .1. II .. .1- ..^■ — 1 ■■■■.■■ 

PRIVATE BREEDER wiU 
give free tome to wild owls, 
hawks, or any birds not 
'mated by. owner. Also free 
care fbr injured birds. 
Stete permit no. 00064 
Write: Rlek at P.O. Box 

13428, Chesapeake , Va. 
23325. 

FREE INFORMATK}N to 
eoBsaniera: Are you going 
to have Bome&nprovement 
wortt done? Biqr a car, ap- - 
dianea or T.V.? CaU your 
wg^ pufnMs Buriaattfor 
ngim on firm you are 
eowMHiK doing business 
wWl ntEE pampUeU 00 
ei^li q wWBt agaicies, ap- 
pUanees, frener beef, 
home work sctemes and 
many other areas of con- 
samw producte and ser- 
yiou. CaU ycm Better 
ta^ess Bur^n at 627- 
5651. TelephOTO toura 9:0a 
- 4:00 Monday - Friday. 




FREE to r>od home-feniale 
pqVf 6 Mtths old. Part 
Terrier and part l^ts. 
Lons dUdrp. SmaU-good 
wat^dog. BlOnto witt white 
fori^ead. Citt 487-8368. ■ 

F 'WE FEMALE, halt 
T :ar ')!lle, half dober- 

^ wr. Looks lUce small" 

D. ... 545-4509. 

ATTENTK^It Intartrtal' 
aad ednKraeUa firas. 
tree te^^ft^ m scrap 
{Aywood tM^mbtt to be 
Med tor thf purpcse of 
h««Bf MnttoMw. 424- 




2-^eeiAl Nottees 



GREAT BRIDGE - female 
wislMs to share apt. with 
ame. Win consider 1 
chUd. - 482-1974. 
GARAGE SALE 



P1.\N0 TUNING SERVlCi- 

%p«iulMbltf. wUl tune evM- 

Ings and Saturdays. 482- 

S926 between 3 «Bd 8 p n* 



YOUR car^ wlU never be 
d^uier or \oA better uo- 
Ul yoi try us. Free m- 
timatu - Low rates - Call 
aveniags after 6 p.m., 421- 

3802, 

PIANO TUNING: Servi% 
Thtewater area for IS 
yeara. TomNawtB«,S40- 
1234 (answering service 
9 - 5, Moirfay - Frtctay). 



ifLoat pat Fewjl 



L<KT cat-male, Wack 6 
years old-white Aea col- 
lar-lost in Norcbva Estate 
Call 855-5U1 after 6 pm 
547-1055. 

LAIH3E hiaei and white 
brown male dog mixed bred 
CoUie has ctoke elain ft 
flea. coUer very friendly 
Red Oak Colray, CaU 547- 
4196. 



tor sue 



1973 Hornet, 3 if. hatch- 
back, 3 speed, very de- 
pendable, low malnteR - 
ance, days 547-4571, after 
", - 425-0 791 

BUICK - 1965 RIVIERA: 
SpwM interest ean Fifll 
pow«^, ftmd tor rerieHog. 
|S00 or best offer. 425- 
0126 after 5:00 p.m. 



aaBHHMHMiliiHBBHam^ai 

KXHCKEEPING/ Gewral 
«, (Xfieewwk for small iw^- 
iMss in ^.tome/ywr of- 
fice. Call 4lg - W4: 

13 .<X) tour to telephone 
business ft-m*- ittellent 

■ i^ • 1 „ i Write 

Akddiii Cului . 31(1 & BittaU 
Street. Florence, NewJer- 
seyWW - . ■' 

BABYSITTER: WUl keep 
(MUm in my apt. inKay- 
WillMr. 4tt^494. 



CHILD CARE-ltf i^feome 
day week, or hour. FMced 
yai^. Expertos^ re- 
lUble, d^Mdi^Nie, with re- 
ferences. 482-1768. 

BABYmTING - WiU keep 
one prt-JwM<rt age child 
in my ton». Experienced 
and teliaUe. Former 
sclwol teacher. 543-8870. 



BABYSTTTING - My home. 

Near NOB ai^ Warts Cor- 
ner. 489-^7297, 



11-; 



j^Hjirteai^ 




D(»>GE - 1965 ^ 5 ton 
VaK body. Eaeine A-1, 
fow mUeage. |fOO. 623- 
7073. 



1975 - DASHER - 16,000 
mU^, Uke new, automatilt 
factory air. 2 door coupe', , 
red with white interior-^, 
sacrifice at |3,800. OaUl 
482-26%. 



BUICK LTD. ld?5.Ught 
blue with wmte landau t(q>, 
air-cooditioBed, aU power, 
ttlt-wheel, cruise eonti«l 
Casaette decki Uke 
frtkinal .mugi-.^^,. 
CaU 543-9374 after 5 p.m 



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TYMW&ATaWIE!!|500/ 
Ttoaand. Proven Pro- 
cram. Guarairteed!! Send 
Stilted, Sdf-addressed 
Envel9a.;BQLSR0 Qiter- 
prisM. 1233 N.^Linwood 
Avenoe, &lt|raore, MD. 
21218, 

"HOMEWC^i^ WANT- 
ED IN T^K AREA: men, 
VomfB, stediHM- Ko «- 
periawe ae<mNury; stuff- 
ing,, ft adifresalng en- 
VMiiies /Commission 
MaUera). Eansparetime 
money at tone. $100.00 
we^y possible! SEND 
11.25 rrefunMtle) ft a 
long, stomped, addressed 
enYtiOpe for details; PPS- 
327, ta FraokUn #804, 
Cbi£a^80«96" 

nso Weekly stuffii«en- 

velcies Qiarftime . pos- 
sihle. £q)erience Un- 
aeceasary. Details, |1.00 
and stomped, self-addres- 
sed env^cpe to K.C. MaU 
SalM, 8023 Leavenworth 
Rd., Kansas City, KS 66109 




DODGE- Maxl van, mi, 
tertte top^ ftaUy insUated, 
roof top camper l^- 
coadittonar, 3/8 automatie 
tranamlaalon, ^xmer ^- 
ering aad teak«. |8,000. 
464-1145. - ■ 



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WORK AT HOME Inqare 
time. Possible earnings of 
HBO a week stofflng en- 
velopes. Send 2Sd plus self 
addraaaed envelope for 
more infwmatlon. 
AMERICAN SALES 
P. 0. Box 760 
Palm Hartwr, FL.33568 



DISTRIBUTOR - He^ peo— 
pte lose w^gfat.Geten- 
eifettc-and earn mbney. 
Phone for detaUs • 497- 
5655. 

I4.(A HOURS - Passtole 
part-tUie. Sbow lam^es 
take oritn, for engraved 
metal aodal securtty 
cards. S«id name - SS 
no. fw tree sam|de, de- 
taUs. Lifettme Producte. 
P. O. Bos 89489, RaleNch, 
NC 27611. 

WORK AT HOME in spare 
time. Earn |250.00 per 
1000 sinfliiig onrelopes. 
l^nd 25< itfas itemped, 
self-addressed wuiope 
to : TERRY LANE EN- 
TERPRSES, P. 0. Box 
289, Hobart, Indiana 46342, 

CARD CARRYING ELEC- 
TRICAN. FnU ttm work. 
CaU 4M-0347 «.8:Si9 to 5 
P-m- 

Earn mim^I Be your own 
boss! OgpiOfam liff 
adnneemattl Pmtim» 
FvU Time. C^ 487-1874 
anytime. . 

GENERAL maintaiaace anm 
bousekei^ng feraoB. FnU 
time, 1-5 p.m. five (kys 
weekly. Must be ra^pos- 
sIMe person. CaU 547-5224 



EARN EXTRA |!! In 
proven matUng program. 
FREE DETAILS, CON - 
CEPTS, P. 0. Box 12092, . 
NortoU^ Va. 23502. 

fAXT - nns axCeUwt 

paajlpited 
of ,fl|ieriapi^ tor 
aiaenre tomtwwUag intt- 
ilMlIs IHm rafliiu Ada 
irea, "nu ia in i^ po- 
slttoe . tor Immemakera, 

Ssionars, eUlege ata - 
te, ate. tor iator- 
matten and qvlieatton 
inrm. ssodself-addrwaad 
enralcpe to : LOTTO 
Shares fBtnattianal, Boi 
191, Haittaa, Ontario. 
"Efinal opportnnliy em - 
Ptofer". 

ADD another income-maa- 
agii^: your own distribu- 
torship. Anyone with am- 
bition can do it. We train- 
497-5«5'5. 



21-PiivatetestraelfoB 



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louse Hold Good* 



FRIDGIDAIRE Refriger- 
ator. 2-door-$7S.We8ting- 
touse washing midline (18 
ih er) - 975. Upright (reez- 
(Amana) $100 - Call 



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AIR tUWUniONLH-Zl.OUO 
BTU, window unit, paid $490, 
aacfiflce at $275. 497 -was 

FREEZER - 15 ou. tt. FrMt 
Free, upr^M, acellent 
cn">dl«on, $»'»S.OO 499-3233. 



28-(krage HwuMj* 



GARAGE SALE: TMsFri. 
and m. ttxm 9 a.m, to 
6 p.BL 240 Siena Mve- 
(^irtter (g ttmfn aad 
airtlett) Great Brii^e. 
Wn OF GOOD, BUM!!! 



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3i-Cood Things to L... 

FRESH Brown country eggs' 
1025 S. Battlefield Blvd. 
Cht;s.ii)e.i1(i!. 85C a doz. 
482- ! .()« 



3S-La<m^AMea 

■aammaBanMiMBnamMi 

Fkun* TREES: Hit tows, 
berry ^aats, grape vImi, 
laodseai^nt f^nt materi- 
al - offered by Vlrglflla's 
largest growers. FREE 
copy 48 -pg. planting guide 
catalog to color, on re- 
quest. Waynestoro Nur 
series, Inc. - Waynesboro, 
Virginia 22980. 



jO-mtte M^w for iato 



CaSTLE - lf75» ttx55'. 
2 bedm., $290. and assume 
kmn of $114.84 mo„ tt2- 
4901. 



CASH IN 1 HOUR 
Fur^ture. sUver, dia- 
monds, 0ass ^lu, lamps, 
toolSj, ai^ kous^ifldttens. 
Also inturerted toiwytog 
entire egtates. Dayornl^ 
461-3834. 



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Many cxpcrU on nutrition 
ii^ee that it makei leiue to 
tubttitute itvredlenti; with 
lower calories and fat con- 
tent, iii*lead of giving up 
liood'taatins diiih«<it. 




VACARCnS 

1, 2, 3, ft 4 bedr«s. AU 
ams, all prices, (^wn 
8 am to 9 lan, 7 days a 
w^. CaU now. 

REMTEX 889-1010 toe 

'"' ■' " " , ' i i . '■■-? " 

NEAllTBSttSA^ 

2 bedroom lUraished, car- 
pet, drapes, ^mdry 
facilUie, parUog, ^225 

mm * 

RENTEX 625- 1010 fee 

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NORTH SHORE ; 
2 bedrooqi, full l^ehoi, 
diiiing ar^, drapes, 'for- 
Bished, $1S0.(821U^ 
RQITEX $15-1010. fee 



4»-Hfisiia tor ite^ 



AVAIU9I«E IWW 
l^Ry 2, S, 4 and 5 bed- 
reiMB «aeanciaB. Short/ 
long leuea. KIdi, Ms 
welcome. Marau. Some 
wito UlU paM. 
ROfTBX 611-1010 toe 



SMART SUBSTITUTION- 
Chicken hot dogi have less 
fat and fevirer caloriet 
than regyler hot doas; 

Take Weaver chicken hot 
dog«, for example. They bffer 
an alternative to other hoi 
dogs by contain inn 20 per- 
cent lew fat and 20 fewer 
calories. In fact, they made a 
highly diKeatible food for 
the-., whole family becaute 
they're made from u.s.d.a. 
inspected for wholeaomeneaa 
chicken.' 

. Combined in tasty diahcs 
(thb ven«tl|?l>el,<iqk^B4,b«.'i¥ 
bMled, bollcC Su&eieued, ' 
fondued, mixed with vege- 
taUea and cheeses) or served 
alone, chicken hot dogs are 
perfect for people who want 
to cut calories and cholesterol 
Without cutting out t:o<><] 
flavor. 

For a free booklet of 
ritcipet and serving vuk- 
tfcatiunA prepared with 
Weaver Chicken Hot Dors . 
write to: Weaver Cookbook 
Offer, Box 66, Ronks, Penn- 
sylvania 17672. 

SPQfD AN AFTERlRXm 
making moneyl Advwtfae 
your garage aato with a tow 
coat WaBt Ad. CaU 547-4671 



COZY PIREPI.ftCE 
4 bedromn, garage, etipiip- 
ped kiteton, dining ar», 
kid and pets ok. (M24) 
RENTER 625-1010 fee 

OFTKWTOBUY » 
3 beifroom, eqdpped kit- « 
Chan inctading (ttshi^sta- H \ 
er, diidngarea. Uds, pete 1 
ok* (7333> j 
^EX 625-1010 fee ■> 



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BCHfE SITES FC« SALE 

^ tor _ , . 
PeontopiuurfiK lanes 
ftCwtiHBBaiMan 
SALS8 cfnCE. . . 
833 Prcnri^enee Rd, 

Ctf 464-9317 



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iwS GRANT-OSZl'aUiam ' 

nace. VlrgWa Beadi. \ 

$8452. Air eaadUoned, t 1 

story, 4 badrooto, 2 1/2 \ 

batti, Sato |92.0tB. oridU • 

rent I33SM. Andy toper- . \ 



SOB 1-4 p.fo. 



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tJATCa* TwirUi«, march-- 
ing and strMttng. iSmaU 
elasMS aad private lea- 
SMs. F<M< forttMrinforme- 
tioa, caU 486-4908 after 
7:M. 

n-Dm^^g|lM^^Mi 

Airedale - ^too't sbed- 
ChamidoB British Uood - 
Une-«M-480». 

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»0ODLgs! - rare, black 
standard, 9 weeks old, AKC 
Registered^ shots/ 
wormed/elipp^^ $100 
each. Call 857-4080 



CA^ on spot lop prices 
for used furniture or any- 
Uiiag of value. GoodwiU 
starts at hmne. Day (kt 
higirt- 497-8328. 




WANT to buy (dd banjo, 
fiddle, mandclUB, gitftar, 
any condition, 483-4590. 



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NORVIEW RARE COUfS - 
Norfcdk's most complete, 
buy, seU, trade. Biqring 
sUver «>tns. 42Soidhera 
Shotting Center, Norftdk. 
853-8U8. 



FOQiSBED OFFICt LOTS' \ 
Ceitar Rd. ft AftMslrla s 
Dr. 7 Ibi^ieditff^sttes" ; 
l/laaweaA. Water, sew- ' 
er, curt) ft gottertoeladed. 
A^ms McCabe ft Lester. . 

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ARDMORE: ExceUentcon- X 
tUttai, 4 b(frn., 2 haUi, t- 
Cape Cod. Cmttral air, \ 
new siding, guttering and . ^ 
Sttrm windows. Ins^. ; 
many extras. 543-5^. | 
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GREAT BRIDG&-ttaU Man- : 
or. 2 ^ry 4 be^tXNa. 2 j 
1/2 bath, im ^rtaj'ft S 

$56,000 710 agento please. : 
547-M66. i 



U farm Aitoals l 

BREEDING age purebred j^ 
haii4» aMi yorics. Boars 
aad gilts. DeerpaUi 
. Fanas, FrankUn, Va. 562- 
4rP5. 



OSMETICS'' - a Marshall 
Field femUy owbmI coi«- 
piBT to ej^BHii^ la Va. 
Fidid CM^Ms be. Part- 
time eoesnHaiits needed.. 
Poi^Ue to Mrn $100- 
^x /^nnlM^MlM.' 

ttf rthdn e WB^g to; %(u. 

iHv. c^ OeM^eyw; 
Port, CMMi^to. Vs., 
2I3». "mmlmAmmk 



iiKndifale P6p- 
a«s maeUw„ Poi» (feli- 
dons lare-pieitaged oh^ 
to 2 1/2 minutes. G4od 
for tame or bnsiaaas, «- 
nacMly ban, Mapis, ok)- 
tels. etc., 486-178. 



MMKNM «(1TB: A&L 
MAPLR IMidM: ^ 
Ms wtth aiatrMMs ft 

her sfriags, (*Mt of 
*«vtfB, iMraiBtrtlftaik-. 
rer andniriit staid. ^ 
or best oAsr. ALL Wt 
IN EXCELLtHT com- 
TIOH! CaU 4SI-07W after 
4 P.M. 



CLASSIFIED ADS 



SMlag, reMag or Urtag in ChMapaalm, VirVato 
Be«ch> er ClwrililandT ^^to Beadi Sh 
peaks PMt dasstfied ate are the anawer. 



ad. 



Pkce mr low east, faidk luMi 4lMttW ad 
toy. Caff Mf -e?! w 4NMMM^ IMU to fiM 
fiM«M. We're here to Mp yiw wito your 



SO imds or less, only 9S.M for onr Ml ma. 



My das^fled ad. 



FIREiro^ OAK • ^t, 
dtf fared, i^fktA i $»t 
M^Mrt ft gp. 54SJnM 
after i:» or i-tW-fcio, 

lilerfWwM. 



The ckectA Is the enly 
>elawi mm not Mttert. 



EAM MONEY NOW. TU(« 
(Mm for Li« Jewelry. 
<^ftrtaitc«t^^oft 
tdlfrMWNftl-i^. 



SARN m, taBS. tart/FuU 

iBg ow rt u BlT y Us ttsn" 
taw t^tittt, CaU 4H. 
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EMILY'S ANTIw jp 

Om<km.^A HlghA.. 
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<t - Ffir Site - R»rt E aUte. 
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Ctotdin County, N.C. 
3 bedroom CN^fral heat- 
121,0'^ 

2,- beti ulfront - 

|24,t>00 

Large bulkheaded water- 
front lot - $25,000 
M. L. SPRUILL REALTY 
SWloJi, N, C (919) 336- 
4189 



FAKM tOKilALt; 
Greensviile County, Vir- 
#nla. About 100 acr«s. 
Balf cultivated. Crop allot- 
mei^. $85,000. Call Ar^ 
Codfe (8<H) 826-0439 after 
7PU. 




A LOT OF QUALITY 
COMPANIES CAN BE 
POUND in a book avail- 
fbla at many Mbrariai. 



Vhriw) NmI 

Saleswoman of tte MMtb 

fS^ttmber) 
Sales voluroe $160.00011!! 



Congratolatlws to Mrs. 
Neal. VlfM ■dcster miv 
fnends to eoMact ter fer 
all tMr boylnf oeeite. 

/loaa - 4M-SSS4 
Office - 547-«55 

W« cover 

raewdo Inc. 
RMritort. 

351 i^astown Rd. 
Coesapmike 

547-4555 



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ofGrMt Bridge 



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RICES BEGIN AT $S2 800 

VyUM^ '-«'«(£e, P'lrtiplare, Central air No a»wn 
^MBWit to Veterans Only $200 total cart re- 
quired oi Veteran Purchasers 

LocatM off Deep Creek Blvd. 

1/2 mile Borth of Military Hwy 

AM^ CONSTRUCTION li REALTY CO. Ml-mu 




DON POPE 
REALTY 
Realtors 

sales fee 
only 6% 

List your home now. 
<Wck pr^M^bnal 

MTVil^' 

40G&1S00 

PIMMHNMtf. 



HEW TOLL-FRSE NUMBER FOR ARMY RETIRtES 

The United Sates Ariny ROW provites a Ciew toll- 
free MUne tor Arny bttrem wbo tave fuesttons or 
problems pertalBiqg b their pay. Tte ^ber is 1-aoO- 
42I-22M> and the hnurs of cf«ratieft ai% from 1:45 a.m. 
to 4:00 p.m., Easteni Saat^urd Time and trim 5:45 a.m. 
to 2:00 p.m., MoiMaiD SUutard Time, Mc^y thnmgh 
Friday. Calls neeived at <Mcr tim« will bt Te»}rd^ 
automatically wM a return call will be made witUn 
two days. The ikw 11m is (tosivMd to allow Anay 
RMrees to can at m exp^aa and, hopefiMy, to pro- 
vide tten with better service from the Army Finance 
Centtr, Mianap^, tatiaia. 



D^ree in ^no, orgas and 
musie ediicatkn, is accept- 
tag a Unttad nmber ^ in- 
dents. CaJl 545-0915, ftt>m 
Sp.m. to 7 p.m. 



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WANTED 

Minority Subcontractors 

W9 nMd bids from minortty 

SQbccHitractors In MD. 

DEL., and VA. araas. 

W. B. VmMes * Sana, Inc. 
Gaatral Cmtnetora 
P. O. Box IM 
LaanI,IM. 1MS6 

PHONE: 



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^Elanel Dream Workshop 

Dreams-ynderstood are' 
guides to fulfillment 

Beginners- A fternoon 

1 -Session - $3.00 
4 - SeMtou - 110.00 
TelqAone 425-(»82 
11:00 - 12:30p.m. 

Small groups for individual attention. 

•BtliB-MvioU Travis 



2 Rabbits - 3 mcmths, 1 
all black, ^Sm^le Bmaf"- 
loves pc^e, 1 white rabbit 
wttb Wtttnil piiric eyes. 
Free as a pair to the right 
home. Yob raoAt have cafe 
wttb hutdi prepared in ad- 
naee. 3<n-2726-call after 
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KODAK DIStRIBUTOR POIAROIO 

erEREAOY WANTED H0L8ON 
WiSTINeHOUSE ALiUMS 

MMdual.MaMorFainM.nMtftdtuUorpwt-tMMtodto' ' 
. Mt^wcrMlanioMKodMiWmandoniwpiwMliraAiett 
Viioush compwiy •ftMWM« McMioM. MM IM« you^ 
y«« torMtpMdMM. HW B ilO ti ww i W nt. auaantM^ » 
inon'm JnwcMndiM r*P«rctWMagiMrMnt. 

CAtL lii.ltartlB<rollFM«»««M»H0Bi).C«*««ai«»»W1 
Btoi*» »>rt<^. •«.»«•• M»- ■•«••••"«■••' M»- «*T. 

OrWMM: FIffiSTONE PHOTO CO^ 

FMieSTONt milLMNa«MCE1t« 
' lBN.ai«SI,C«hMilM«.0Me43aiS 




PUPPET SHOW 
Entertainment 

for 
ChUdren'a Parties 
484-1660 



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SpfiM Raalty Co. 




V&Beach 
Phone 420-30.12 
6SS2P«rdueCl 



iSpnffl Raaltir da. it pra«d to in^snt the newest 
nMOktr M flirir atai^ B«^ SMIh. It is haiinr 
to Vs tm to m to 'ilMii uqr ol yow Real 
Esttto lewis. Bis booi* phOM is 4tt-$l»l. 



bfay's 

VW SERVICE 



^^S^. Complete Engine Repairs 



^^iJP# 



4^ 

Englna Exchange - Tune-up 

420-5500 420-9425 



COLLEGE PARK 

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NEW3-BEDR00M 
REAL HOMES 

•39.95d 

Over 1,400 Sq. Ft. of living space 
Your own land on 4 sides 
Carpeting, air-conditioning, & 
appliances included in price 
Private Bath & Tennis Club 
See furnished moH^ls 

IPSWICH TO WNVILL AS 

COLLEGE PARK 

VirsiBiia Beach/^besapeake, Va. 

TaJte 1-64 to Indian River Rd. Interchange, go west 
1 mUe to CoUei^ Park eatrance at Providwice Rd. 
k foDow sips. Carolyn Griffin, Sales Manager 

424-9679 

Nights 424-4S12 



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THE CLASSIC.For over 
30 years. J0TUL (Yotul) 
No. IM has set standard 
te which all other box 
sums art maasnred. 

Maay imiiatioiis and mo- 
dltlcatians Ut«r-Ho. 118 
still can't be improved up- 
on. Wood burns from front 
to back lika a e^ar.... 
bnras Umger... large areas 
can be heatad effleiMiajr. 
Traditiaial Norwafiaa 
Bas-relief design. Send %l 
for WooAmraer's R«- 
sovree Guide to Jittul 
wood hMtars, fireplaeea, 
eoal beaters and eombl- 
tires. 




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nr6ploc6 Shop 

182^A N. ARMI8T1A0 AVE. 
HAMPTON, VA. 23m 

One block off Mercury bo- 
und IStS. 

Com^to Una tA wood 
stoves, aad'flre^aces. 
Saln and Installatian. 



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Sonnething you need, or want td sell? A Post or Sun classified 
ad is the best way to reach the most people in the region, and 
at lowest cost, ^st clip, fill out and nnail this handy form. 

j^^^ ^ 9^ / 11 '^ ^^ words in each issue of the Chesapeake 



Post 



and Virginia Beach Sun for one week. 



Classification: 



additional words - 16{i each! 



(Rates at)ove computed at 16 cents per word: do not count 
unused spaces. However, minimum charge for both editions 
is $3.20.) 



YOUR NAME: 
ADDRESS: _ 



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Mall to: SUN/POSf CLASSIFIEDS 
P.O. Box 1327, Chesapeake, Va. 23320 



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Consumer Information 
Center, [)ept. A, Pueblo, 
Colorado 81009. 




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Taylor 
Brothers 




REALTOI? 



HOUSE OF THEWEEK 



»14 West Mgle Drive 
Cheapeike, Virgiiria 

Cortorta^^ bednxMi RawA f»t«res Uviog room, 
tei^tM^lB MMw, riatt Md wall ^n«e Mtt 
OB W' X »»• W. Priced A ^.floe. 

Agent: LMaTibbetts 
M4-4S4Z 

»• SMiMars brio* are pnfiMriawls ta real astett 

■>u iJmimi tn I itrirt omt itf Tiv-T r-'^r 

mia^hMM^^ouiiwaM^iamam. Asweiatlaa 
MlMKMteBoar*. 




Protactyow Invstmentt See one of th^e leadliH/ tea I^MorsI 



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Tayior Drothers 
R«% Co. 



484.4842' 




BRADY & 

Aeaociatee, Inc. 

Realtors 

SSe7-ATyraJltad[8d. 
MBee:0l'M|6 

MAITKAMMmADY 

im: m-Wi 

asmcnMa 

kCaSfS FM; 
CKAUUn D. J^mOM 



SASSER 




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MADAME AMGELnOA 

Palm Bander and Advisor 
on all problems of life. 
Snch as marriage, love, 
past, prosnt and future, 
all ipiestions answered. 
4305 P«»tsmouth Blvd. 
Ro Ajipcdilinart Necnsary 



TEMPLE WAIIUEL 

sxfftwasooo 

Sunmap A Vhlte 
Elephant SALE 

Toes, Oct. Utt,10ttl5:00 
Temple Imanuel SkKial 
HaU, coma- of 25tb St. 
and Baltic Avenue, Va. 
Beadi: Clothing, bouse • 
wares, aptdlaaees, books, 
piatfs, toys, 
also 

CQLLASALSALE 
Wed, Oct. IMh, 10 til 12 
noon. Everything must go! 
jjt per brown bag. 



Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

NorfoHc 

County 

Finance Co. 

ommo 

492-3381 

MI pATTLEriELD fU.VI) 
Wlt^fM 
aHHMnwTt^KIITEK 



HOME 
SERVICESI 



DIDUSTSIALA 
CONSTOUCTION 
EQUIPMEMT RENTAL 



AIR COMPRESSORS 
,AND AIR 
TOOLS 




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.Air Compressors 
.^ae* Heaters 
JAalaSaws 
.WMars ' 
.ForkUfta 
Cranes 



4333BaM)ridgeBlvd 



mHOIAN DEAlf : MGR. 



4t44M» 



homeDkproVement - 

Carpentry, nxtfing, siding, 
room additions, storm win- 
dows and doors, plaster- 
ing, electric, concrete 
work, plamUng, guttering, 
remodeling kitchens and 
bathrooms, brick and block 
work, aluminum siding, 
fireplaces, carpeting and 
paintiw. Serving all Tide- 
water. 622-4519 



mftm 



BLACK 
BBOJHERS 



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Room Additioas 
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545-7318 



Bagk E. Black, Sr. 
1«» Park Avenue, 
(^npafce, Va. 



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CLEANERS. Commercial 

and residential — 22 



years of eiperience. 543- 
2742. 



ALL TYPES remodeling, 
plumbing, electrical, ma- 
sonary, no job too small. 
Call 587-1301 anytime, day 
or night. 



GARAGES AND ADOITIONS 
Kitchens, remodeling and 
home repairs. General Build- 
ing and Repairs, 399-2219 



S. A. NucUes. 
Ceramic A floor tUe. Old 
A new work. Bathrooms, 
kitchens and porches. 
FREE estimate. Call 485- 
3331. 



LOT CLEARING, Gradicg, 
Demolition, Acreage 
eleariag. Small or large 
tato. By tte hour or jcb. 

Wtt. 



EE estimate - call 547- 



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taMri(r, atert«-, tcoastic 
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FOR BIDS 



State Project 128-80 

TIk School Board ct the City of Virginia Beach, Owner 

Sealed bids for the construdian including site improve- 
ments for Indian Lakes Elementary School for the School 
Board of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, wUl be 
received Iqr H. S. Abernattay, Assistant Superintendtiid 
of Schools at the Board Room of Uie School AdmUiistra- 
tion Building, Princess Anne Station, Virginia Beach,' 
Viisihia until 7:00 p.m. o'clock Local Prevailing Time 
on 19 October 1977, and then at said (rffice publicly 
opened and read aloud. 

The procedure for withdrawal of bids shall be according 
to Chapter 4, SecUcn 11-20.2 (1) of the Code of Virginia. 

The General Contract is to be awarded on a himp sum 
basis and includes all work as defined in the Contract 
Documents. , *, 

Drawings and ^>ecificatioos may be seoi at the IXx^e 
nan Room, Norfblk, Virginia, the Builders and Contrac- 
tors Exchange, Norfcdk, Virginia, the Dodge Plan Room, 
Richmond, Virginia, and the Builders Exchange ai Rich- 
mond, Inc., Richmond. Virginia, and at the office of the 
Architect, Iteller and Todd, Ardiitects, Inc., 1768 Las- 
Un Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23454, telephone (804) 
C8-2468. 

Sets of Drawings and Specifications may be obtained at 
the office of the Architect i^xm q)plication accompanied 
by a deposit of $100.00 per set. Upon receipt of the com- 
plete set <d drawings and qiiecifications, witldn ten days 
after the bid opening date, deposits will be refimded in 
full to Contractors wbo submit Uds, and fSO.OOto others. 
Failure to return the comidete sets within 10 days will 
constitaite torftitare at the dqxisit. 

Bid Security: A bidder's bond or certified check will 
be required in the amount of not less than five per cwt 
of the Base Bid. The bid bond shall be executed on AIA 
Document A310, w in the same form, and for a period 
of not less than 30 days after the bid opening date. Bond 
m <^eck shaU be payable to the Sdiool Board <a the City 
of Virginia Beach. 

The Owner resnrves the right to waive informalities and 
to reject any or all bids. 

Udder's atteafttao is invited to the requirements of Title 
54, Claptn- 7, o( the Code (tf Viiiinia pertaining to re- 

« rattan. 
School Board of the City (rf Virginia Beach. 



349 Acrra - MkMleaa Co., Va. 



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3 TRACtS-Cr^and, TlmblMr and Qmmercial Property 

Tract 1 - no pla Acm on tte Wast me of Roste 17 

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40 ne. aaoMIe to etttiirttan 
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SUN Staff Writer 

Th^e's two Greeks cortfli^ iq^ a stonn on Virginia 
B^ci) Bl'ni. 

Gre^ salads with teeta 6teese, baktava, homemade 
frencli fri^, Gredc meftttails, shisk^job and more. 

'^W5 and Geoff e's St^k Hotse," located n^ to WiUis 
Wayside at Thalia, has c»ly been In operation ft>r four 
months. You might remember the location as "That Steak 
Place.'' Gus and George took orer the enterprise in an 
effort to "keep prices low." Accordii« to Gos^ "We're 
talking about volume here." The restaurant seats about 
I80pe<9le. 

If you like plenty of good food at reasonable prices, 
Gus and George's is for you. They heap ^on the food and 
what you get is delicious. 

the catchword around the restaurant is "fi'esh," Accord- 
ing to GiK. Fresh beef, fresh salads and |resh potatoes. 

TlMByJwy sides, of ,be^ which are delivered daily. They 
cut their own st^s, ^ouDd their beef for hambutiger 
and the fat trimmed otf the beef is use to fry the frendb 
fries. 



"We peel and cut our own potatoes for (r«BchXrie&," 
said Gus. "They come in fresh every day and we itse the 
t«st - Idaho potatoes." 

The french frtes a^ great. Any conroisseur of pota- 
toes will lore them. They are otfei^ as. an alternative 
to a baked pobito on the majori^ of eiApees and you 
always get nore^ttan you can possUdy eat. ;; 

M(st pe<9le order steaks or spagetti, according to 
Gus. All different cuts cd steaks are offered, but thcf maj- 
ority of pec^Ie select rib-eye delmonice of differing 
sites. Steak dinoers ran anywhere from $4 to $7 but 
the B^jority are rigU at |5. 

Th^ shiski^bot) comes with onicms, tomatoes, green 
p^l^rs and oregano and is another reaUygood selec- 
iiim. 



The 9i%etti jreally "moves" at' Gus and George's. 
You can (mler it with meat sauce, pei^roni, mushropms 
or Greek styled m^tballs. AMtoi^h Gus and his &»!, 
Pete Routsis, refused to give away their "secret recipe" 
for the m^tballs, they did j^y.jy^tJUffiy.jsed.a^^aibih- 
atigB of Gre^ q^e^ EM^B^Mrttf n» meattiaUsl 

If you love Gre^ sala(&, their concoctfon is right 
up your alley. Fresh lettuce, tomatoes, olives, oniOBS, 
huris of fee^ ct^i^, dl and vinegar, and spices C(»nbine 
to na^e a iwUy s4>erb Greek salad. It's really big 
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Serving Lynche g-Dianers-Take Oat Service 

Princes S Anne Rd. LUNCHEON SPECIALS 



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Open Daily 11 to 10:30 p.m. 
Sundays II to 10 p.m. 

499-5770 

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3.*>1 Kempsvilie Plaza Shopping Ctr. 
Princess Anae Rd. A Parliament Dr. 
ViiylBia B««ch 



As Gffi puts it, ttey tove "a varied of everythl^," 
Seafood (s^dlops, oystere, crab cakes, flwmder and shrimp) 
is excellent as well as the las^na ami veal parmesan. 
They also, itffer all kinds of sandwiches, the best being 
the Greek IttlBburgers. 

For dessert you've got to try the delicious Gredc pastry, 
boklava.' As aU Gre^, Qu$ and George have their qiro 
way of mtidjUg the pastry and the results are great. T^ey 
also (tfferyarieties of cheese cake. 

AlUiongh a family restaurant, Gus and George offer 
cocktails, beer and wise. 

Tte ittmos^ere is sim^e and oiwgenial. Works l^ 
Kenoetb Harris, a local ai^st, bang on the mUhluig 
with hurricane laj^ and ^er nauttcal-^iie pictares.^ 
A ttni|^Mibto^<wrier^Wg^n»n which is ()w»)rated 
lb mustard yellews, Mawks afid (^i^esl 

For a delicious meal in a frlodly, family type resteurant, 
try Gus aad Gem^'s. We'll gotq^ee yoi'U JM yw lirave 
the resteunot ready to h^, sAtlstted wdtt tl» food and 
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r of tlMlSS first pr«M 
1«it IBOIMI DMttst. 

McoBd priM «taiiM> of 
lU wtf Karan ADd«nM», 
W W«t ParmiofteB Rd.. 
VlitltHa Baath. 

GeraM SttiMs. 420 Rer* 
■ioaPl., VirfUrfaBaMhwu 
tkt wiaoar of tha |tO tbtrd 
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.,,^JiECAHILL 
SUM Public Aftiin Wrttvr 

A 1.904S-acra parcal on Rndae Inlet was sold by tt» 
City of Virclaia Beach to F. Wayae llcUskty, Jr. fnr 
$1SS,880. 

City Maaasar Gaor(e U. Banbury told City CouncU, 
•t an informal sawloo Monday aftamoda, ttiat tte city 
oouM baTe raeatviil mora for tlie Kinl exeapt IbrOw 
eoodltloiu placed on tbe sale. As It is, the land wlU be 
used axactly how the City Council wants it to be used, 
Hanbury said. 

Under the conditioris: 

The property shall be used for the Baaeral paUic as 
a public accomnodation aad is belnf purehasad tor the 
dtvalapnant and use of a aports fMdnc marina, motel 
aad rotated faciUtlas for the (sneral pobUc. 



TMMl^ M ownership eimoi Hi aiMte I9 mO^nM&f 
to a«9 oOer phi^ tattt the HcilltiM are complete. How- 
ei«r, M may iMtse Oie pit^rty or business for the porpMe 
(M[ tlM pn$(»ed deiwkipBiMrt. 

Thi ili^iiai AeeU^ «M be jtahi^u«ally cdnqtMad 
tV May ir Wt add iMl beHh and accraiiKidateliot 
]t^n tlwft 2S smfflf v*'sspjs nr 1<»f « f^%T\ If hrwf w^rffin 

The motel and related faetUtiM «IU ultimately contain 
at least 140 lod|^ nrits «kr tta JBrst 80 units sbi^d 
be a>in|i^ed fiy |«ae, 1, Ifltl) i^aviited ttw« is a demand 
fm* mot^ imlts at tiat time. 

Tte pafcel, loMwn as tte Viiipiitfa C^^a Marina Prtqn 
erty, is Vorth ol the Fisiwrmnn's iPharf Marina. 

tUsL Couell iMMii^ the aecesttry dooMi^a Mcnfiiy 
afteiwen, h» Cxtm, arho had nAmitM te dea^ Md 
witti McLesfe^, vittdbraw from tte ttnumettoo. 

AlUwogh aale of tte j^^pwty wat 'i^iiNmI hy Coaadl 
ill If?E, pemMii wtti tte tttit daMyaAttawtti 



#oa 
hawgt mmuf, lid walk W 
c«ft IfMfei Mia-IWMNiM 
th i^ wg»wd St 
MldNy P«Ty was stck irt 
hsMtt gboM the fate «f Us 

Bat • qMck |*M* c^ to 
tie y^Mi tmA mmmA- 
vad all mat mtUa hoort^ 
Parfy'a tNt-ba»fd«Maa- 
avarad bf Miwtflovtrswhe 
offand a eoM^imnaMd 



Serving the world's largest 





Vmtf iaijltail A.II.C. re- 
|UA(«NMMpMt^ Mid Inra- 
viri»iwffiM» oNatry folk 
eiail 40 tta lOd ^ a St. 
BiNiird. -' 



stapi far a donida aasUa dnrisf f Mttvltiaa 
WMbi PTA Canlial. 



No Stop light 



1«f%;"-A?';. 



df fnriurx 8«tahlay« Octdbar 
Mf,"whaii they Mnt oat to 
P«DilKr«ka tiMatrt to pro- 
pete thair Hanated Honae to 
te lwU,M Pamhroke Mall. 
Oet«tr'» - 29. 

The vOlfflwn, Micfc Hieh* 
Ola, and witch, Sheila Fer-, 
had the kida |D- 
laf eraty to sae aad foal 
a real mooater. 



Tha Hanated Hooae «lll 
ciOdally «|tan Wadnaaday, 
Octaba f 1( vheB- Mayw lol- 
land and.othfr dl^tartaa 
0va the attnettiOB a first 
ran. Proceeds of tha pcvject 
wiU go to 8halt«««d IMrir- 

shop of Vlicfaia Bea^ and 



nia ftMa art fasdaatad hy witch Sheila Fergasoa. Ms. 

FMtaaoi, ^wsidoat of Yirginia Bea^ Jaycettes, was 
.pc««otlif flia Jay«aa'a Aaatad Boaaa whieh 1^ be held 

alfan>iiraMMaU.<HslQbartt-t9. Woifmaa Ni^ mebols 
eanse havoc at PemlvoiEe Theatre. 



(Xb» eotaiatfty pn^ects 
eoidaetad % as JC'a^ Doo- 
aCloBs mriha Brantad Awae 



wfUbeH. 

Curias the weA, thehoun 
wfll be from 6:S0 p.m. - 



9:30 p.m. Saturdays, the 
Haunted House will be open 
from 12 noon until 9:30 p.m. 



^Aajw*.'iiw'tt»': .„ 

gtaia Beach had aaitAiss of 
^36,112.00 before taxes. 
Harrison also nid that the 
bajdra' total asaeb were 117.1 
mllUtin dollafs for the same 
period, with the saceiMs of 
the ma bank beins attri- 
bBtaide to the fkdi that the 
Baak of Virginia Beadi is 
the oaly locally o»ned baitt 
that is operated by and for 
the residents ot Vii^inia 
Beach, exclusively. Ilwre 
are pre8ei% almost 5,000 
customers of tiie baidc. since 
its opening in the Fall of 
1976. 

Harrison al«> ranonnced 
(dans tor expansion of the 
Bank (d Virginia Beach into 
tbe Kempsville area within 
the next 60 days. The new 



Burt Harrison 

February, 1978 and will be 
operated by a Kempsrille 
Board of Directors. 



firidge-Tunnet^ increase tolls 



The Truffle . Epgiaaer reconunended an increase of 
fl per vahiele per eroaaiag for ars and trvciai croming 
the ChasApaake Bay Bridge Tttanel. 

The saw tioU achadnla. reeommeodad Wj ^WXbtm Smith 
and Aasociataa, TralHc ConsuHaats to tte ConmiHioii, 
hacooaa a^active o» Jaaaary 1, 1978. 
.. Under the new schedule, tbe aecood reriaion in seven 
yaara. 2-txle passenger ears, piak-ap taiKka, puel tmcte 
Attall motor homes and motorcycles will pay |7 per 
eroasing. Correat toll i« |6 for these v^icles. As before, 
ilbara is M <;fiar|e for pataeNgara. 

The new base rate fbr 2-axle, 6-tlre tracks, ccunmercial 
pnd baavy trucks, and vehiclea towing trailers will be 
tl mire per vehicle classiflcattoo than the cwrent toll 
rate which has been in effect 8iB$8 Jammry 1, t97S, 
^ T«o-asll ahd thraa-azle buses will ctNMiawt to pay 
flat tfltU of SIS and S26 respectlTely. 



Special or un^iaal vehicles, (oyer 100 fe^ in lei«th, 
over 8'-6" in wfatth, over 70,000 Ib.ornotaWetomain- 
taiii speed at 45 miles per hour) will also continue to 
paythe same toil in effect since January 1, 1975. 

iTie special escort fee ftor over-width vehicles and 
vehicles which cannot maislain tte speed of 45 miles 
per hour is inci^tsed to $40 from tte Resent |25 level. 
^Mcial escort tt» tbe&B v^tes vequires special sche- 
duling aad the itte ei two police escort vehicles. 

Effective Jai^U7 1.1978: 

Class 1 - Twihade, fov-tlre vahi^ includingpassaD«er 
car, pick-up txiKdc, statiM Mgitt, limoosioe and mcrtor- 
cyde. |7. 

Glass 2 - Class 1 v^cle pulling one-axle trailer. $9.50. 
Class 3 - Class I vehicle pulling two-axle trailer or 
otl^r two-axle wMele. IK. 
Clan 4 'CliiwlftiiiclepHlUngttree-axletrailer. 114.50. 
Class 9 - T«o-«de, ^t-ttre vehicle (exc^ bus«). 110: 



Class 10 - Three-axle vehicle (except buses); Class 9 
vehicle polling one-axle trailer. $12.50. 

Class 11 - Four-axle vehicle; Class 9 vehicle pulling 
two-axle trailer or other two-axle v^cle; Class 10 vehicle 
pulling one-axle trailer. $15. 

Ctess 12 - 'Five-ade vehicle; Class 9 vi^cle pullii« 
three-axle trailer or c^r three-axle v^dcle; Class 10 
vehicle palling two-axle trailer; Class U veldcle pullisc 
(MM-axle traiter. $17.50. 

Class 13 - Six-aide vehicle; Ckss 10 vehicle palling 
tla*ee-axle trailer; Class 11 v^cle pulling two-axle trailer; 
Class 12 vehicle pulUng «ie-axle trailer. $20. 

Ctess 14 - Two-axle bus. $25. 

Class IS - Three-axle tws. $26. 

Ctass U - SpKial over-dimensi<» vidiicle; I.e., vehicle 
excae(HBg 76,000 lbs.. 100 feet in lei«tt, 8'6" widtt. 
or uable to maiatatt 45 mph. $50. 

Escort fee, whra required for qiecial vriiicle. $40. 



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ByLEECABLb * \ 
^IN PuUte Affairs ^iftlter 

The Virginia Beach City AdministFattMi has decided 
icainst insUlling a traffic light at tte intersectioi of 
Princess Anne Road and Collage Crescent. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury, at an informal session 
Mowfay afternoon, told City Council that the extension 
of Rosemont Road, wbidi is eqiected to be completed 
before the end of the year, should reduce traffic by 75 
percent on Princess Anne Road between Lynabaven Park- 
way and College Crescent. 

Citixens, chiefly from the TidewaterCommunity Ctdlege 
Community, had asked Council for a light at tte Princess 
Amie Road-College Crescent intersection fcdlowing a traffic 
fatality there. The matter was referred to tte administra- 
tion for study. 

A trtific count made at the intersection, Hantwry said 
Monday, does not satisfy tte minimum re^drements for 
a traffic signal. Neitter does tte number 9I accidents, 
he said, alttough the accittents all involved bodily injuries. 

Hantmry said that tbe city would "like to give it a 
try wittout tte light." He saM that Oscar Fertiaee. dev- 
eloper of Green Run, said that he would oftead S(»emont 
Road to the md of tte Tlanned Untt Oevdaimient where 
tte city would complete the construction. The extension 
should be craipleted by tte end of tte year and no later 
than Jan. 1, Haiflwry said. 

In additioa to the College Crescent 1^, the cittsens 
gro«q> had requested a light at Lyi^mvan Parinray and 
Princess Anne Road. This light will be installed within 
iliproximately two weeks. 

The Ci^ also will lowo- the q)eed limit from Lands- 
towne Road to Comer Road from 55 to IS mile* p» bmr. 
The dtiiens lad asked fbr a reduction to 35 mph. HaidNiry \ 
said that tte traffic snnrey shows ttat all of tte accidents 
involve vehicles turning left out of tte CoU^e toward 
tte Covrthonse or from tte Kempsville am into the 
college. Drivers qiparently, do not anticipate acti(»s of 
tte cars behing the turning vehicles, he sakl. 

Hantwry said that witt tte opaiiag of Rosemcnt Road 
removing heavy traffic from -princess Anne Road as weU 
as C(d]^e CruM»nt, there will probably be no need for 
a traffic li^t at the College Crasc«>t intersecticih. He 
iUd that a new itfenection at ItoMmoirt and Lynnhaven 
Parinray will be created where a light will be needed. 



Now's the time to face the issues 



When November 8 arrives, the people of Virginia Beach 
gad Virginia must once again decide who their elected 
fltfieiais will l». It'a a dadsion many take lightly aad many 
mote ' 

filactioo Day ally coated wtth apetty but 

Jaat how R«|^ Y is ictttsUy ignortace? How 

i«any peapnThn namM. mwh less the offlc* 

tiw." "••" niaalag lor. iiw first time manv people become 
HWaie w tnc issues u when th«v are uc*r lo i4ce *jiu 
tte lever in the voting boott and looU^ at tte ballot 

Apatty shouldn't be confused with Igimraaea, AJtUnch 
taany people aren't aware of Isawes aad eaaSidataa, thay 
fOll care. Now is the time to prepare tor November 8, 
A$er tte election i! would be too easy to say. I Just 

& t care. 



to Virgiida: 

C^ndMatoa tu> Ow (rtOce of Governor are: AlanR. C%«tott. 
Rwry Ho«^ and J^ N. naton. 

Uatataaaat Govemtn' candi<ktes are: CharlesS. "Cbuck" 
Robb, and A. i. "Joe" Canada, Jr. 

Ctadidatat naning for Attorney General are: Edwant 
E. Laae and J. Muahall Coleman 

IB the 42m1 QMrid. J. W, "BiUy-' O'Brleo, Jr. is 
runniag for iNi4|jil' «f.ika lovaa at Oalacatas. In the 
40tt DIstrtd, oaadUMtna nmaiag tor member of tte Hmise 
of Dalepites are: Bermrd G. terrow. Glenn B. lijflaMn. 

owoa ndm, kw« r. ^r^^ and w. a. "iMi^'^ 

O'Brien. 

Commonwealtt's Attorney eud^to is Antt« Bvaw. 
SI^W trtMrft la S. J. "tot" finltt. Am C(»missiMM- 
(d TTijiHaa lanililitii In ina D. Ma^p. 



Caadtetes tor tr^Mrer are: Wiliiara H. "Oil" mUlM 
Joel &nlth, fad John T. A&inaon. 

QMsttons to ha daditod ar* as foltows: 

QaaattoB: Oall Chapter 6SQ« Ada<tftteGcwfalAaaaaiMy 
of mi, aattori^f tha tamwa^ ta itmnk m^mm 
boa& d t^ CmammMaltt d Virginia mn» m^oMa 
tmomA U m,m,m paraoad to Ariicte Z, ^Sediea 
9 (b) d tte Coastttettoo d Virgtola for lOJUGAIKHIAL 
INSTITUTIONS, take ^ect? 

Option: Stell Ctepter 651, Acts oftteG^aralAsMmidy 
d l¥4 i, auihonstii iM i^uanee d fwerai uoti)(aU4«UwiiM» 
dtte ContMawaaKof Viti^dailtteBaxlaMmaaMaBt 
d ^.SK.OOQ parsaad to Articto X, ^ettoa 9 (b) d 
tte C^MAltatioa d Virginia fur OORRECnCMAL FACO.- 
rriES, take ^ed? 

(^Matiaa: tatU CteptarfSt, AdsdttnGMffiralAnembly 



d 1^7, auttorixing tte Isaoa^ d genKral odigattoa 
beads d ite Ctmimoowealtt d Vtn^nia to tte SMximnm 
aiiorat d $4,000,000 pu^aat to Artfete X. Section 9 (b) 
d tte Constttotiai d Virgtabi tor MEMTM. HEALTH 
PACIUfm, t^a efted? 

<^a^toa: Si^ Chapter m%, AdsdtteGenenl Assemldy 
d 1977, Mjterfdng tte iaaaMca d gaiieral od^ttoa 
boMs d tte OmnoBwaani d Vii«ttta la tha maidwn 
agMBi d f$b«n»QIO puraaut 6 Arttda X, Sedtoe 9 (b) 
of tte CoBdlliteai^ lAn^Mi *m Mm Um RECRSA- 
'ncWAL FA(S.mK, take died? 

Qa^on: Stell Chapter 6^. AdadttaiSeaeralAsaaari^ 

dfadr ' • 




# 



tstanding 



PPV 





ir) 



t down BkrbertoB Drive to 

-ver evM susptcted that 

< ».i««ui(; arouul devisliif all tb«ir 

m wlthia spittii« distaiKv It's 

oarMiittors 

.lurest town' : 

•uHil thrw or tour years ago walk down 

'^* 'sirty sate and eveo leave « .;r y^ iv oat in the 
i find it there when yoa retaroed. 

)s, is fiMUy briivliv a quality of 
Beach. People that love the ocean, 
•Bjoy the fresh iwinc against their skin aM the 

friendly pace of fw«c& lue now have to admit to a aluwlow 
crossing the VUfii^ Bw«h suit Mo oae reaUy •Mfeti 
the Garden, but how nuchdf the darkness do we wmI to 
accept? 

Crime used to be quieter in Virginia Batch. The people 
who controlled it were left alone and everyoat iIm could 
eqjoy their own pleesures. But now we've moved iato an 
era that has produced what the FBI calls "the largest 
multi-city 'sting' ever in the United Stales." Virginia 
Beacli has finally made the big time. ^ 

Kinwiag that one Mirierer tas Immi at Urge for two^ 
years and that indictmiob have been broi«irt agaiast more 
ttaa 100 people in "TALON" hits rigtt where it hurts- 
it peace of mind. 
Can Virginia Beach be saved? 

RhoKia Nicoll-lfitler 



MMt your canciidatM 



Feraw. 
Tto MdiMlaa of tte wi^i 
q^^Ms it.^ MriuNto ud vm» mt^mm cittMU 
tf Vfa^ito Batch airi will te teaM ^m th» mAniiw#>s 



cootributlan to bis profession and/*. 

Nominees must be between the ages of JUSaMt, 35 and must 
not become 36 prior to January 1, 1978. Nomtaees should 
also be cltiseas of and employed in Virginia Beach. 

The 1977 redrieots will be honored at a btwmet to be 
beld 01 November U, 1977, and wiU be eligible for state and 
national vnriB. 

Nomiactlant, which must be received by November 7, may 
be. made by seMUag or calUog the f(dlowing information to: 
Virginia Bench Jayoees, c/o David Y. Faggert, 800 United 
Virginia Bank Bulldiog, NorfoU. Virginia 23510. 

Jteeludt: nominee's name; award nominated for: Out- 
sUndiag Young Man, Oakstandiag Young Educator, Out- 
staadlflg Young Law EnforcementQtttoer,QutstandiJ« Young 
Farmer; nominee suggested by: name, addresss telephone 
number. 



•r $634,163, 1130,927 more than the eivineer' 

ifad deferred action od ttie c,„ 

' ihe city tine to negotiate with Uundy w^ 

* "" *'^ project of 1679,383. Only one oi&er bid 
m Central Builders, Inc., for $708,882 
me engineer ;# estimate was |S03,E3«. 

Through the atcotiatlfliii. S4S220 was 
original low bid by adjustii« some of the unit prices. 

City Manager GtKUKr *j. naui/tu^ sma uui coosiaering 
the market for contractors and the necessity for the 
project, he recommended aceqitaace of the Mimdy contract. 

H. Reid Ervin, former city councilman, and J. Tasewell 
Hubard, Jr. president of the North Virginia Beach Civic 
League, both sufported the contract award. Ervin said 
that with so much utility coAstnietlon in the city, it might 
help the city to check the market for oontractors before 
letting out bids for projects 

In other actons, CoumUl: 



jiaRb i. 
i site. 

ict estabiishi 

■^ftltlon 

and Hoi 



Busines.*: 
roner 
"rosperii. 



fU 

fm 

" "'969. 

>, <ir., John 

'' a change of 

...™ilty- 
:;'rtbwest 
/ard and 



«ss Anne Borough 
An>roved toe withdrawal of the petl >. chaise 

district One 

Road 8t and Parcel Two is located at 

tbe southeast corm- of Club House Road and OupUn 
Street, Lynnhavfn BDrrMicii Th»? /fvii-- iMi^iic !tivu>ged tbe 
petition. 

Anprov- :ii .(. j !«tii}-,-r;TH! ii Associates lor 



r 



ne GoBenraed CIttscas 
tor OaMMoiri (knwn - 
met! «m l»8fainmm.anUt- 
M, "MEET VOOE CiUn- 
mtmr. Tie 7:H pja. 
mm»i on October m,^m 
be Mtf at the VooiMek 
Etaneotarr School on 9to- 
9ma in Viri^gb 



fli aMndaaee win 
te: Sol J. ItarrtaU Cole- 
tm (^ eaMdUe |ar U- 

Me *i» Attonev GMHtf. 



<a«n B. UtOmM ipy n- 
eanalcnt ftr Benae nl&rie- 
lalBS. Ownt B. ncMI (JD), 
tecMibeillhr Aiuf el Oel- 
mm teaard 6. Iwrow 
O^^HiMleatfDr 
of 

m, 

m (yMm m^Baui of 
Ma|m«, ioti 8am (pi, 

C^ Traaaver of VlrgUita 
BtMi, and Mn AttiMon 
9h C^ Traaanrer ol Vir- 
giateBaip^. 
nfeiUlicictavMad. 




9 n'' I,.,—, _..,.. 



a change of soning from 
Apartment District on a 
or loolflg from A-1 
Baataeis Dtittil 
of Baker 
Ezlstiiv 

tMSd s 

pnr^*>? 

the 1.01 aerrpr 

Approved 
a conditic 

*^^l;Mtt^M "'^ *^^^ *^ or Baker 
^^''^''^HH^^"*' BayiJiie Borough 
ApproTiww application of Budgliui a^i A 




A-1 Apartment District to A-2 

and a duuie 

Comffluailjr- 

ofl the east aUe 

«^«ide Borooih. 

iUe Uie pro- 

".71 acre 

pbLs tor 

fiiin ler 
a 5.39 

ucud, north of 




Congratulations 




Wrgk^ 0mM'« oim imw$fm0t 




^f ^f^ (»H^9 of ttm Vkf^nlm 

OOEAN FRONT 

MlBir*i#ckRci • t.l1-32ndSt 
_^^ PEOPLES-LasMn f^ 
.^^^ BOOKSTOF«.Paclfic Ave. 
MAFflNTO I^TEL-Setfj Stand AtlantJc 

^^^^^ HOUDAYINN 

25th St and Attenfc • .34th and Atteintic 
TRAVEL PAW<-Gen. Boott) Bvd. 

mmAytS PHARMACY 
POST OmXrZm and Amm 
tm/S C^NTBE-Cteean Front 

BARRB mmmcx-Jk^imc av6 

HILTON W-Atli^c Ave. 
RAMAOA N^Atofc Ave 

yFARM F^SH44mps5te 
«»TIIA||W0IIW^. AREA 

^iS2^ Jr^-WTO-n- MOTEL 

McCORY WARMACY 

^ABtmE STATE PAW< 

BAYSCE PH^^^ACY 



Cm( Asaph F. Yurso, iM-odnetion elllcer, em^tBlates 
^ih aaanders after p»saiiti«g him his retfremeia cer- 
tWeate and a shipyard rltqae dnriag a receat eeremmiy. 



f***y f'. W «|taaering ^Mitotaa la Mm 
www^ ^•tfreaent. Be ttves en Mam Bead to Vir- 



Watch out for lio wake" signs 



T Chapel for 'a condlti* ^it acbunA 

a 2.11 acre parcti m th« i. "i^ff* i R gi d 

.^st of Windsor Oakh Boukva. :!vBotei«h! 

A|)proved the closing of a jirtlflo o( AeU Road, Bay- 
aide BoroQgb, requested by William T. Wingftetd. 

Deferred for two wwki the petition of tbe City of 
yirgii^ Beach Iw the cittmre (rf frifmtlao ofGrett 
Necftlted, Lynnimv«i Boroq^. 



Residents 



want the land 

ByLEECAHILL 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 



ByiEEcfJiiinui^' " 
SUN Pahlic Affairs Writer 



I.JM^ JIlUH^i 



ihh Kv Griffin vl 



A anr city wMami«« u4U altot Hu city mraam>to 
Ilaee "speed Umtt" an^f'w "no wake" ^is or Bmr^ 
Mi oty MUte boity (tf m^r within the City (^ Virginia 
Baa<A to aciignfaaice vMfe stote ud federal repd^loas. 

.Mton ma total to «mwer to mmerous reguMto far 
"ao wake" makers to Mctitms ot toe vwstera l^ua^ 
of tte Lianhawi Bivar, Crystal Lake and eertatoner^as 
afJBidtJ^ IMt ordtoaoee ellmtoatea toe need tor Cda«:tt 
to iWove the «mct lootion of Mch lodlvUnl maiter 
or j^everytfme oae waa to^Uled. 

eemi^iim Robert B. Cromwell Jr., bebre fottog 
oi tti brttMiee, euttoied te dty mana^r to be "care- 
M_^ft8rt vAere yon pot martan. Some pecide might 
""^^ to prt «'no wke" s^ns everywhere alttM^ 
•»erj*ody Mn ose the waters, not only toe people^ 
■•ve ta^e* 



.leqQB J . ^ 

■ •' (.i^Coum ___^ 

waW make it tmpoeslbie fbr boats to pick m 
weed tor water skiers. 
At prwwt tt|e dty lUMWir to aiAortoad to place 

S^^LP^'A ^^ •^^ •*•" <** map on file 
to^the <«r el^*»«fittetoclnantpw^Mfll Loi« Creak. 
Udtoora tey, and RadM ly^ 

Under toe new ordlaaace, a joiap snowing toe exact lo- 
«tton of lU 4i|>roved maikea will be lept oo file to the 
Mpartment of PnMfc Works and the city clerk's office 
tor pabllc toqwetioo. 







^SSJ^SS** ** ^«^ ^ P"*^ MCttrtve speeds 




HavflpcxJ »KJp. Ctr." T Pemt^-oke 1^1 
HAVY LODGE-UttteO-eek Base 
PtAZAAISA 
7-11 -BorwyRd. • 7-11 - Kiij^ C^ant 
7- 1 1 - Hk3tend m. • 7^1 1 - Lyrwifavw m. 

7-i 1 -Lynn »wes W CTNte) 
aai^ - Sojti P^a Trtf 
M MAq<£T.Lyty^%rw Rd. (Mni Ma© 
WI^ES-Pteza i^. Cfr 

1 1 ^m Own mmmxiw PHAmAC^ 

7-11 V 1st Color!olRd,CHitop) 
Wtop Shop. Ctr. 

;'N' CAFrt 



ea 



The South is the 

fastest-growrng area 

in the country. 

And Southern Railway 
is growing right along 

with it. 



Point ot 

oeffotiate wito toe owner for wmftmm of l^ii^l 

"ir.-!f^ ^ "***" " « ^^^^ 0" '^orth Great Neck Road 

Nol r^-S2** *^*? ^°™*'" **''^'^ * ^^ <" 8«*a«- 
woeii Eatorprtses, toe. for a chai«e of soatof from 

R-8 ResidenUal ^totrict to 8-2 Communlty-Biataels Ss- 

Wet on a .77 acre parcel on toe east side of Norto Great 

Nedc Road, norto of Vlrginto Beach Boulevard *^^^ 

The exteting soning allows four 8ii«to-fhmlly homes 

SSiaK.SSSffenr'* """" "^ ' ''^'^ "^ '^' 

ij!£!!^.L°I!^' ^"^ — ^' ^- ^^^ °^ ^«x«« cwc 

uague said that commerdal devetopment on the east 
slj oftteroadwqoklencrotchontoeresWeBttel commn2ty 

«2.T'«J!?°'''.Pr"!S!?* *« Wllcant. said Sathi 
wnid consider 0-1 (Office District) use. He said Ott 
R-« abntog was ridiculous because tour dweUtogs woohi 
hare to toce Great Neck Road. He said ttataa^deouto 
«»ff*r"wouWbetofttotoearea ^^ 

m WW and that he did not want an off lee bnUdi«r to hto 
«»0k rard. He said that toe five r^Otm^Sm^Z 
^ 3?*°1 *•* ^rcrt want to purchase tiie nneerfr 

Jr^^ ^^ '**'* ^ bnataess coostraetton he said 
. !S.°^'"' ^*«»« <^<Wch, Gre« nid, has'todteatod 
iJ2^? to seU toe property to toe ^kS^ 
Great Neck AssociaUoo of Civic Leagues al»i3«SaSd 

A nieUon by Councilman John R. Griflte to send toe 

iu^^JK^SL^ ^ Bamn towed to <tonythe 
S^l "S^*"^ ^ Wr marW vatoe would bemi^ 
^ ^ J[ ^ K9Perty were reiand. m added that 

ComKll maidmottslT denied toe jietitiott to resoae. 




■P 



Everytsody knwvs the South is 
tt«laMitt s^oMng area in ttw 
USflutwha jou mi0itnot knowis rswjecrf 
^»0»^m»-gfotmQ areas in tt» worW. One 

olthe bigBest rtaasons is that Wustry is toclong 
totheSoutfi 

Andnichfttiettie&juhflran®. w«irt the 
AflwaB, who do yoj ttiink car nes the few 

N^,m iw SDrth's pw^oftgrows. «^io 
TitecOT. i»»<»oite. ihaappttnc«. «» 

a«, v»r» not y«Wf just to keep ud««i 
ihtewrHnwBi^fjopuiaiJon, Wbreg: 
b»pi^wilOtor«»ff*ertttjaer Sol" 



nAroac^wjNgetaniixMeein 
frai^ vbliKneef t4W by wo. 

t^24X. in;-.*-r 

Will we gat me iion^ share Of these incrattsea 
when they come? Meyt)e. But whhtover happens, 
were getting ready for them by wtpartding right 

novK)M»'repM|irVin«newf40MioncCitvut' 
erizedfreightdaaelBcafionyaKj in florth Carolina. 
V\te're adding to our microwave communicalions 
system, which is already theJwgaM in the South. 
And we're laying tvw frackiB vwhere one usml to 
be enough to ha 

Sp, even thouyi I wv I e yruwing rigni atong 
with you. were abo growing ehead of you. 

Because whan the demand is there, we want 
tot)efher§ reecjyto^rve 



STUDIO ONB 

Plan now for ^HHjr^ 
Chrlstmmllt I Ml Ofi 



^j^-f^-fyriinr^ tf% f»wi 



mii iTNlFPivJ 



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li^^Mt 





Photos nmo oxeomnt 
gifts ^^ Don't for^t 
PimtO'Chrlstmas^Caras -'i * 



yttflma beaeJl Sun, Oct. 19, 1977 - A-3 



asm 






#0 classpfi on Saturday 



No «ie a; Wi.rfi,,,, Woods 
Elementary Setool mirsded 
beii« in «^ atyrtoy, 
October 15, H was ca#Bl- 
val (lay! Tliere was cotton 
candy, Kame<? rlrawiiKs, 



■.ponsor! 

eots, teacntiia aiu|,juuaejus, 
all joined in td inike Sat- 
urday a profitable day of 
tm. 



Call 



PA Jr High "gongs" 



Cmcer Line 




The Cwc«r Answer Ser- 
vlee, a toU-free statewide 
ttlqykooic Mormation sys- 
Uem sponsored bf ttue Amerl- 
caa CMcer Soci«^ (AC^, 
VlEvinia DivlsioD, is row tn 
(^fratioB. 

Br ealling 1-800-5S2- 
7996, imornatioa aboi^ can- 
cer, treatnent Mrvtces and 
bdllties, patient services, 
and information aboot tbe 
Amn-ican Cancer Society and 
its .jnMigranis is readUy 
ailUia>l« to aU Virginia re- 
sidents. Tlie toll - free 
8»nrice may be used by Vir- 



ginia residents in every part 
^the state, except the Rich- 
mond area. 

Speclafiy trained vAw 
teers will be woiicinf each 
weekday from 9a.m. toSp.m. 
to receive requests via 
the Cancer Answer Senrice. 
A special feature of tbe ser- 
vice wiU be a direct line 
Ue-in Witt tbe Health Line 
at ttie Medical Ccdlege of 
Viiginia in RichmoBd wber« 
a bank of ti^ raedrdlngs on 
nAomrtSus and types of 
cancer is available. 



The Princess Anne Jun- 
ior High School PTA re- 
cently beM their first an- 
imil Gmg Show which play- 
ed to a full house. 

it was ^te an evening 
for all of the young jun- 
ior high school students that 
participated. A lot of star- 
ttud^ talent was found. 

First place was Pamela 
Greene, a ninth grader who 
sang "Touch Me In The 
Montti«"---her voice will 
be the one to loolf'for in 
the hiture of good Weal tal- 
ent. She was accompanied 
on *lw»ipfeno bv T ihHp Ko 



TCC counseling additions 



,.' jj ■'- ■ 



Ami' El^lb cMMaqditis vb^ter to ^ her lode or 
not at m fi^og bootti, rw bf JLiada Coarad, of C<fl- 
oBlal Parkwr. 




The Virginia Beach Cam- 
pus of TMewater Commun- 
ity College has added two 
new counselors to the Coun- 
seling Cmter staff. 

Mr. Robert 01«», who 
recrived bis Bachelor of 
S^elence from the University 
(tf Nebratica and his Master 
of ^ence from OOU, comes 
to TCC from a position of 
crisis counselUig at the Vir- 
ginia Beach Outreach Cen- 
ter. Mr. OlisoQ aod his wife 



and three children 4ive in 
Virginia Buacb. 

Mr. EdWftrd Rlgby earned 
Ms ^cheloi- <rfSei«icefrom 
Alabama A > M University 
aod his Uxil^oi Arts from 
Case WestdA Reserve Uni- 
versity. Mr. Rigby eomes 
to TCC from three years' 
experience in counseling at 
Cuyahoga Community Col- 
lege in Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. 
Rigby and wife and twochild- 
reti currently live in 
Hampton. 



Local bands take honors 



ftmif, aim, fin! 




The bands>(rf two Tide- 
water area high schools, 
KempeviUe High School and 
Ihdian River High School, 
woo trqidiies in the fith annual 
marching band competition at 
the Virginia State Fair on 
Governor's Day. 

Tbe Kempsville High 
School Band won the first 
pilace trophy in division one 
for music, marching aod 
maneuvering, and general ef- 
ffect.; » 

T» ' IStf-member bond, 
byBtUyT,^€<Ki|tM>, 
(Eompeted with SOotherbaiKls 
In division one. Competing 
bands from throughout Vir- 
giida and Nmth Carolina 
were grouped into two divi- 
sions based oa the total en- 



rollm«it of the school they 
rq>resented. 

The Kempsville BaiKl al- 
so won the first place trophy 
in the drum line competition. 
Tbe drum line competition 
included 35 high school bands 
from both divisions. 

Directed by James D. Page 
the 78 -member Indian Ri- 
ver High School Band won 
the first place trophy in the 
drum major competition. 

Sponsored each year by the 
la^inia State Vt^ 
mittee and Virginia 
monwealth University, tte 
marching band competition 
was organized by the VCU 
Band Director John D. Sav- 
age. 



Kellam week-i^tid 



>ft'' 



Cotton oMj was disappMurliig Cuter ttan it could be 
nnde. Paul ^oum, of Kiam^ Arek; Bruce Stewart, 
at Kkofsprnt Arch; and Tommy Barrett, of LoytUst Drive, 
dig in. 

SUN photos by Joan Coates 



Beware 



Tbe Kellam High School 
Kidgjits started their home- 
ccnning activities October 7, 
in which tbe homecoming 
flieme was "Storybook Land" 

Tbe activities consisted of 
t pre-game parade and dur- 
ing baUtime, presentation of 
the court, crowning of the 
queoi, and the winners of tbe 
Goats. 

Tbe So|riiomore class at- 
teujbnts were Debbie Carrol 
and Mingyon Young. Junior 
class attendants were Evie 
ikrl^U, Wendy Coonally and 
KareQ Lucas. The 1977-78 
queen is Terri Harold. Pam 



Pellans, the 1976-77 queen, 
crowned Miss Harold and 
presented her with the cape 
and a bouquet of roses. Win- 
ners of the floats were: Third 
place: FHA (Future Home- 
makers of America), Second 
Place: Junior Class, First 
Place: Senior Class. 

Another exciting momrat 
of th& night was the Knight 
victory over John Marshall 
of Richmond. The final 
score was 31-13. The con- 
clusion of the weekend had 
Grande Slam providiiM; en- 
tertainment at the dance, 
Saturday. 



isBT -In recent weeks, HufH- 
canes's AMITA and BABE 
terrorifed tbe Gulf Coast 
witb t^ winds aMlitestruc- 
tton. T^eirpresenc« has only 
beeb.felt weakly m tbe east- 
ern coastal states, tait still 
m-ovA to be a grim reminder 

I mA ibt burricaM mmsoo is 
* \[M' Pm" boaters, tttis 
earn taking some added 
precautions. 

. On gusty days or in case 
severe storms, tbe Na- 
lii^Jr'WMther ServiMposls 
ibur classes of warnii^s for 
4o^ecf, . 

"MiB craft advlsorfts" 
«re isstt&i when the forecast 
fs for, winds up to 33 knots 
0A ttthsM <»n4ti(m qmM 
becime a ,da^er to small 
ttuft. *nrs Sinai JMT this 




tittes. Wind and s^ condi- 
ticms mafct it extremely dan- 
geitnis to be around docks 
and moorings. The day signal 
is a square red flag with 
a Idack square in the center. 
At night, the signal is two 
red lights. 

The "hurricane warning" 
imUcates winds ol more than 
64 knots. It also forecasts 
possible flooding of low land 
sesiS, high tides and heavy 
rains. TJie burricaae signal 
cM^sts of two square r^ 
flaf s with Uack squares in 
the center. The nigM signal 
is it strtf^ of three lights 
showing ro<|-white-r«l. 

BiMtmMi fsbould check the 
WMtttKr ftv^cast before si- 
ting out e^ecially (hiring 
this tail hurricane 



wither waruiqg during the 
day is a triangular red pen- 
nant dlspla!^ on flagpofts 
at most local marinas. At 
night, a ixd 1^ over a wbite 
light is used to cautioobMt- 
er«. 

f'Gale warnings" indicate 
winds of 31 to 4? kiMtB 
iMch are always accompan- 
ied by hazardous c(»ditioiit. 
Tte day signal for a gale 
warning is two red peuaiUs 
and a whit^ i%M over a 
red l^t at night. WIm ^ 
cMdition exists, aw>^r 
mooring line is advisable. 

"^orm warnings" are 
ftHHB^Ht'^iiMHi wlaty ftom 
« to a k»^ edit. TUs 
mrning usoaUy arinefdM 
a«th tm win fcwecasts, 
possitfli fkKKttng and high 



Gigantic sale 
to help students 



, Pembroke Elemmtery 
School in Virginia Beach is 
qnnsorlng a giputic com- 
munity yard sale thru the 
efforts of tbe PTA. 

October 22 is tbe date 
tUs <» a Saturday, 10 a.m.- 
5 p.m. on Uie school lawn, 
4622 Jaricbo Road, just off 
fii Iniq)endenM Blvd. many 
iuQvidual families are set- 
ttag q> booths and selling 
their waros. All funds luised 
we fuoMled directly back 



into the school for added ex- 
tras " The Children's 
Benefit. Call it a flea mar- 
ket - A prage sale-what 
you will... there will be a 
tremmdous amount of items 
to select frcmi. Community 
yard sale rain date Saturday, 
October 29th. 

There are spaces to rent 

tor public use |3 for a 15' 

X W area, plus 10 per («nt 

to the PTA to reserve your 

Idace. Call 497-0163. 



Se^tartes 

Tte Virginia Bea^ As- 
y)^tta^p (tf FI^Nw^tlflnal §e- 
^tariM (VBA^ win mi^ 
m (MMhM- 10, 7:M ^ at 
fte Nwvtowij^d Eaen«- 

The ft^^g«JDy.tR<»ert 




Of CMtiBoi^ Studies 
Uw* To Mam ItttTrteks". 



(Home For Adults) 

A Heme For Hi la^MAMt Atelt 
CarpeM Romu • Cmb^* Iktfcal ^rvi^ Mot Door 
High Sta^tf^ • ReasoaaMi C^a Fin ifrUOmtSiMtm 

M<X) 1$th Sti^t $43-1400 



in Windsor Woods^ — 
Plaza — Grean Ryn 



TIM ^MioNe ParMi 
of tiM my SpMt 




7 pjm. Sat; 9:iO A 1 1 a^ Sun. 
T^apNmt 34Qk7 1 22 



ma f . / . 

SecoMi place wtbt to a 
dance group, Reese Orig- 
inals, featuring Regina 
Moore, Lisa £pps, Shiela 
Woodtouse, Nita En>s, Can- 
drell Rogers and Rita Grif- 
fin. They performed to Boo- 
gie Nights in white gowns 
designed by Reese Qrigi - 
nals. 

Third place went to Pres- 
ton Vann for his perfor - 
mance at the piano. 

THE OTHER performers 
wer^: Oakie Hensley on gui- 
tar, Nannatte Quinonez ami 
Christine Plonese in dance. 



David Bloodworth ^ing imi- 
tations, Dana Ai^rsoo ajM 
Kattay Heidlettough in dance; 
Paula Shiw), Cay Cook, Tra- 
cy Cornett and Wendy Chap- 
man in ^mce, Ricky Kwia- 
tkowsfay, a comedian, Mrs. 
Scott's French class in song 
to Frere Jacques, Debbie 
Harrill and Susan Locke do- 
ii% a skit frcrni the SO's, 
Ann Weaver and Angela 
Moore dancing to ''Shake 
Your Booty", Yolanda Whit- 
field and Peaches Carter in 
dance and Dennis Noble with 
a, disappearii% magic act 
to the music of Star Wars. 



Home craft show 



The Virginia Beach Junior 
Womoil^ltib'* Ninth An- 
nual Home Cnft Show ami 
Sale will be held on Friday 
and Saturday, Oct. 21, 22 
from* 9 a.m. till 9 p.m. 



and Sunday, Oct. 23 frm 12 
no^till 6 p.m. 

|Q craftsmen from the 
Tidewater area will be fea- 
tured anii^iunch and dinner 
may be purchased from tbe 



Junior's Country Kitchen. 

Admission will be $1.50 
for adults ami $1.00 for Sen- 
ior Citizens. All proceeds 
are donated to Charitable 
Organizations. 



\ 



"Let us bear tbrcondusion 
of the whol0 matter: Frar 
God, and k^ his command- 
ments: fqr Oils is ^ whole 
duty of idan." ■ ^V- 





Nothing in life is more won- 
derful than faith— die one 
great moving fwce which we 
can peitber weigh in tbe 
baltnee nor test in Oie cru- 
cible. 
-Sir William Osier 



LET FAITH PUT REAL MEAMING OTTO YOUR LIFE 
Religion lets you know your life is worth The span of years you'U dweU upon Oiis 
earth. It teaches you the proper way to live. And demonstrates a finer way to give- 
By timing you from selfishness and greed To real concern for someone else's need! 
You'll laarn Oat Joy in sin^e tUi«8 is found, And beauty in God's wmiders aU ardbnd: 
And then, if you will go to Church and pray For guidance you can follow day 1^ day; 
You'll know, before your life on earth is done. You gave your very best for everycme! 
-Gloria Nowak 



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Haynes Furnltif a Contt^ftt,;:;Rft»aaa|id |M^ PaCK 

53J14 va. Beach |iva. -IL^'T^*' ^ .-Mi^mi qnciS«L 497-8W5 § 
Furniture-Beddife-Carpeting « S"**?*^ O.Grl^pwrtt* 



V v*/;* 'v 



Bayaida Motors 

474V2>horeur. 4t»4-4563 
Charles C. Hale. 8r. & Staff 

Kampsyflla Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rdr 497-3516 
Robert W. Clyburn-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Bros. Inc. 

Plumbing-Heating-Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 

Charlia's Saafood Rastaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 4Sa-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz & Employees 



Kallam & Eaton Inc. « 
Bldg. Supplies 

Princess Ann' station 427-3200 
Frank & David Kellam 



Andy'a Plumbing &_Haatlng 

1003 Canal Dr. 485-5000 
State-Registered-New & Old Work 



Kallam-Eaton inauranca Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 



FurnlturaShowrJiNna 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. Military Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin A Emjdoyees 



Chasapaaka Savings & Loan 

Frank N. Wood and Associates 



Wnila Fi#nKlira at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 41S8-5951 
L. H. Burns & Staff 



Prica's Incorporatad 

4580 Pembroke MaU 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stero 



Noma Fadaral Savings 
A Loan Aaaoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Churoh Accounts Welcome 



Smith Salas A Sarvica 

^0 BatUefield Blvd. N. 547-2929 
Elwood Smiti) & Employees 

Mill-End Carpat Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
•Taylor B. Carr t Employees 



Praato n's Ph armacy 

1401 Poindexter St. 545-7337 
James L. MarshaU andTm^oyees 



Todd Elactrlc Company 

Henry & Moses Todd & '^W 



Higjins Raalty^ Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison A Associates 



J.D. MHaa A Sons, Inc. 

J.D. Miles, Jr. and Associates 



Enginaarlng Madia Inc. 

606 R. Liberty street 
Charlie Hackworth k Staff 

Townaand Fual, Inc. 
Brantwood Rastaurant A Lounga ^^^'^ ^'^ ^^^^ aad^iupioyees 

1312 Geo. wash. Hi^way . 
Chesapeake, Va. 417-0611 t\ 
Tom t Linda Rapier & Co. ^ 

Ovarton's Markat 

1419 Poinde^r St. 545-9496 
The Overtons k Employees 



Southam Statas 
Chasapaaka A^., Inc. 

1764 S. MUitary Hwy. 42U-1841 
L. Btimoii Williams ft Personnel 



PlaaMr Amarican Corporation 

Maittgemot and, Persouei 



TNs feature is made pos^le »irough ttw cooQeration 
of our ministers. It is pi ^ j fay j py ^as»af eg #ms whotN^ve 
our churcfws are a vital part of our coromurMty We 



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Ii weh of tbe bons jrM will find om tootbtU game vkich is to be pla>n »». #«ckeiid. 
AH riM «» is: BSAD MM ads sad iltteittiM«WciitMun*W«lii..|Mt»ih«Mm«gof 
ymr ekdcM of wiaoffn skof with Iks isbss of tft* sdHrttscrs froB ttt anaibered 
Mocks. 

^ HAIL jrovr mtry to FOOTBALL CONTEST, P.O. Box 13lf , ChcsapMks. Vs. 23310. 
Yoor SBtry Bost Im postmsitsd bf Friday an la ordar to ba atltlMa to wte. 

WlBMr will bcisMaaead la tUs aawqaqMr la oar astf aditlM. 

At |« hqttMgLJg %» wtry »Ma» Is a^teialur iaB».!^.<laaas Milstel acor* <» 



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C//p fA/s Official Entry Form and mail to 
FOOTBALL, Box 1327, Chesapeaka, Va. 23320, Entrlai 
must be postmarked no later than this Friday atSjpjn,, 
}ln order tafya ellgUrie. Fill yours out todayl 





LAST MiE/CS WINNERS! 
$25 Albert AHelTvB 

$15 Karen A/uterson, 




$10 Gerald Stevens, l/fii 




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30inche» wide *i»» 

?4 incha* w«de U" 

Pomper )8 inchf^wid* *3»* 



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and shorten 

the work load 

iownswaeper. 



PLASTIC LEAF aad < 
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Eaitor 

DALE BOONE 

Circ«liti6nMuat''r 



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•vtrjt WodnMfty t9 Bjrtrljr PidiUcaUoBs vtOi 
: m^ olflet lA^rtid tt lU RoMnpnt Rd., VirgioUBwcli, 
int^ tSISr Sft^ad^ #M J<»t«i« ptkl >t LyamiaTM 

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l^^fterijpUM bjr mall: 



Grad 



Scott M. Britten of 641 
MeuJkws Ih*., Vinsinla 
B«acli hM «tn«l tte mas- 
ter of Seienoedecreetaaer- 
onanties and astitmauUcs 
from tUe IfasncMsfAts In- 
stltnte ot Techaoldgy. He 
received Ida df^gree liiSeiit- 
ember. 



After a week of cold and nim* wwithpr tM iiit» ntvinaH 
qp and pre way to a perfect day for a band cc^tttlott. 
And thp «<mr*f)tf'w was thp Fiftfc Annml f M«»#i^FW' 
tival m Man:hlaf Bands keld at tadUa Rlve^ li^ ttebotrt 
in Ctaesapeake. It was suiiny and warm ai^ JKHiidnot 
have been a better (tay for sacb an event. 

Tb^re were a t<Aal of ZZ^iads from two stateS^sent 
TWc wni? thp Wetrest swf tb<» N>st fpstJval #V#r h*id it 
Udlan River, iim Page, Band JUrector for Iridiaa River, 
tte liarcbiflg Braves Band, iwd the Band Bot^tefs iUwald 
be cor^pUmmitJBd ftM* «ich an litttslndinc Job. ' 

ftts «is fltfinlMy the best abewUg of bi^ iotar 
tUs y^r. Every band that performed did t i|N(^ i0> 
on tlw field nf comi»Htion. The dav mf pvwttt Aiirfwl tl 
1 p.m. and all bands in both Class A and Class AA took 
a tttrn m the field bo show what they «Hild do. |;^ from 
tUs ttefal of a>mpetitioB Us^ee bandte frou: 
five ba«is from Clnsi AA «4Nre chosen to ret 
to compe^v^tbe finals. At 1 p.m. those i 
top flNStsts In ^ch group ttme back had i 
to see who was the brat of the best. Believe i 
had their woric cut oat for tiwm this night, 
bands wei% good and anyone of the retumii^ 
have walked oft with the big award of the day. 

The bands that competed In Class A were: #liilimitt(W 
High School, WilUamstoo, N.C., John Testes ttf||fe8<^d61, 
Shffolk, Vs. , Currituck HighSchool, Barco, N.C.,1f«iiemiJnd 

Hl^ &:teoU Suffolk, Va., Plymouth High Scho<^ tiyoiottth, 
N.C., Parry McOuer High Sdiool, Buena Vlsfs, iTi.^ ^ 
Clover HiU Ugh School, Midlothian. Va. 

The bands that competed in Class AA we^: £(i|mQ 
Heights High School, Cdonisl Heights, Vs., '^MUfk 
High School, Chesapnke, Va.. Westeni Branch BipBiiatdi 
Chesq>eake. Va., Gecnrge Washington High School, flUtUMt, 
Va., Kempsville Hi^ Schoid, Virginia Beach, VA*/" 
mltage Hii^ School, RidmioDd, Va., E. C. GUIS 
School. Lraddmrg, Va., Rose High Schod, GnNmtpe, 
N r Kplljtm RWi School. Vinrinla Beach. Vt O*^-* 




;^tf}ilW9S 

Upd^iittg 

could 



Bi^ High School, Cheltpeake. vs.. Prlwfss Aane< 
High School, Virginia Beacli, ¥«., Oscar SMitta High Sctaxd, 
GMsqieske, Va., First C^^^idsl Rt^^deot. tlitinia 
B«t«h, Vs., Green CMtrsl ^ S^ioolrfto* Hill. N.C., 
M^ Bayside High School, Vtrdhta Beach,^ Va. 

Hw special awards w^ to Uit NilfMini a<ph»lsi ftrst 
i»lies Dram Llb-E. C Glass, R^ %fe Se^mid Place 
Oram Liae-Kett^vlUf tmMUM; fim Place Drum 
|laJ(»-"E. C. (Hass il|ii moe^, $HmA PUNse Iwun Msjor 
-Princess Ante Hi|9i a<^l; Ftrit Plsee Rffie Liae- 
Qra«n Central Hi|^ 8^1, Sieontt #ls<^ RiJis Line- 
Priaeess Aaae HigiildWol; First; Pis^ Mi^M^Mtes-- 
Remitage Ugh Schoel, Iscond Phux MsHiretieS-Wll- 
liiflHdov Hi|» School; First l^lsce CoIch- dssrd-E. C. 
Glsss BM School. Second Plsce Col<H' Ouard—Princess 
Alji)* Ifli^Sphnrtl 

The fiflalists for the day in CUissA%ere: Parry llccioer 
High School took iitai place, PlvmotM) Hl^ School came 
ih second with Currituck Ri|^ School iStUrd ptace. For 
the tcp five in the Ug bands or Clis* AA it iMife as follows: 
fifth fdace-Gsorge WasUngtdi Rj|^J|elNKa, JDiira place 
-E. C. Glass HiDi Sdiool, thirilJlsi^trOllBn Central 
iQ|» School, second pUce-Ksiipi^e iUiA $eiipoi» First 
plsee and Grand Chimpions <a the day wi^gMBU Anne 
High School. V^' 

What a day for a band festti^l.Roii Collins and bis 
Fabulous Marching Cavaliers tocft this ot1»riunity to tear 
the field \9 SBd t^om s^t eo«i^|«(itlve i|»rcMak is sll 



about. Yes, the yoosg Cik^namtt 



Amie 



RiH Sdiool showed their i^hsmpldftsMpiOria 4yft<s#;iaore. 
TMy put cm a ^ow that wui|fbi9ttspi#Jba^ 
thCfm put on to date. They tdbkt^e Br»*^iMiiirisee 
tnjphies, tm first pVkw in^ff t ti»^ WW 
the Grand Clampion Trophy Afi|i^ nof JGidiii^ osl daf s 
woric in anybody's book, (^rattli^^ Si« in order for 
the group from Princess Anne Bi^Soli6i|l» jOld veht^e to 
see mai9 more days llln this all«>irdtt them this year. 



to cocqiiRi^ wifli the 
Virginia taigffi (Mm, 
Tidewater Ci^lMtfty Cti- 
lege wiUbciwMMlMitSMr- 
ies of Home WMnr Cost- 
CattiBg Cllnlll ii> the eiti- 
sens of the 11i|«ster srss 
during oatebM^ TMeM clin- 
Ics are ^en ikUtt pMic 
and are ttee la sH re^sels. 
la addition to ^ i»esant- 
atioD, oqiertMiejiy instruc- 
tors will be diiiiBd to sm- 
wer any ^wMWi on insu- 
lation, esttttttg; Starm win- 
dots, tsz ine<MMves, how 
to hire a contnuQU^ and any 
(rthSr questions concerning 
conservation of JMrnie ener- 
gy* 

At tiK clinics free fob- 
licstions on all anas of home 
energy cooserv^ita wiUbe 
given to each pirtidpant. 
These cost-cuttt« clinics 
are part <rf a state-wide 
effort to incrisse pab- 
lic awareness of the aatln- 
al energy crisis ud tte 
methods svailable to hey> 
individasls cut costs Intheir 
own homes. 

The ViiTinia Bench Cam- 
pus of Tidewata* Commun- 
ity Cdlege willpreseirttteir 
ibme Energy Cost-Cutting 
CliUcs on October U, 18, 
and 25 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. 
and on October 15 and 29 
from 9 to 11:30 a.m. For 
ftarther information contact 
the Office of Continuii« Ed- 
ucation. 



t£ 



By JOAN COATES 
Staff Writer 



Come for the fun mlt 



side to side sloflf with stubborn pouts, Eliza learns to 
pronomice the letter "h" by practicing in front o^i 
candle. When the Professor looks away, she relights thli 
flame she has spit oat. 



99 





. In "My Fair Lsdy , ' ' when EHsa Doolittle asks Professor 
Henry Higgins ^ she j^knild come bade to him, he 
ansurSrs, "Come bade for the fun of it." 

The Virginia Beach Little Thestre's production of "My 
Fair Lady" is Just that - fun. 

A long time favorite, "My Fair Lady" and its story 
of the transformation of a lowly flower girl to a "lady . 
fit for a florist sh^" hso^F^ ^J^^'^ot^^'tAeraud- 
to most, from "Of tte 
Me to the Church cm- Time 

Laoghs come easy. The material is solid and the 
personalities of the characters are strong. 

Alfred P. Doolittle, played by Jon Irby is a stand- 
out. He's got the tlining and sense of humor which com- 
bines to create some of thl high points in the production. 
Ris roust of "Get Me to the Church on Time" is sMsa- 
tional. (Aviottsly the audience favorite, Irby is the strong- 
hdd of the produdion. 

, Leads Anna Beth White, as Elisa Doolittle, and Ken 
Fraser, as Professor Henry Higgins, manage to carry 
off their difraders well. White does seem a bit overly 
dense and Fraser pretentious, but they remain cmvinc- 
lag as the main charaders. 

Althoi^ a plsy of language and words, "My Fair 
Lady," as presnted by the Little Theatre, works best 
in the unspoken. White's use of her eyes saves her in- 
terpretation of Elisa. Ctmtinuously ndling her eyes from 




The best psrtormsnce of the production goes to tiie 
stage crew. LuHlaK set after set, back and forth, tbi^ 
^ipeared on stai^ eootinuously. One scene only laSt^ 
1^ few minutes, ye|t the eUborstfe setting was chattgeid. 
llie overly l(mg p^ddttcilon could have flowed more smooth- 
ly had there be«i a Ifess complicated set. 

But as Hdiry ibttlhs put It, we're just here for "ttte 
of it." tt's U^I's fan, it's eotertainment 

iauur U ;tiji«§ in sl^efci^ isaiicisii«x.evM^tliiii|.; 
the nObility to ffie relatiottihip between men ana 
women. "Wlqr esAt, a woinui be more like a man?" asks 
.H«iry. Or, "BsV« yon ever met s man lith a good char- 
Mter when a v^oia^li is concerned?" 

The scene at J^ is a statement in itself aboM no- 
tdllty. Clad in 0imj costumes, the entire cast norkf 
well together to tsJte a jab at aristocratic society add 
language. 

The LitUe Thil^tri is hsring no trouble filling its seats. 
Saturday nl^ Wh- aiHtorlum was fiUed to capacity with 
famiUesofaUllll. 

Maybe there Is ^ miidi nadity and violence for some 
is the theatre tods;y^ You're always hearii« for a return 
to entertainmetf. "My Fair Lady" is pure entertainmoit, 
a powerftd and JfOVftt winner. Even wi»i aU their short- 
coming of prateetiai, tie Virginis Beadi LitUe Theatre 
has a success od QMr hapds. 




Kit Fraser, ss FntfMsw Hmrj 
WUlB, ss tUsft DooUtUe. 



uiggins sna Anna tten 



Bttf 



announces something 
on AM radio 



new 



Board ofdlfBctors elected 



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t'lrginu Beaea SUN. maU ^ a i^^ every 
week (er Ike Bcit year (St Ismm). My dMd( ftw 
17 is anelossd. 



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Country Rock with Touch of Bluegran If you like ^ Cogiet, Undo fton- 
stodt, Woyloa Jenningi, Willie hMwn, Marshal Tucker and Charlie Ooniiril, 
fov'n Mm iHe flew M.OOO Wottt. 

ROCK'NCOUNTHYIAM-ll 

What'sthtirnames? 

He^ u» name the charodefv in our new logo. Use your imagination. All 
^nfettents nwtt be over 18 yeort of 9g». Meas* typ« or print deorly yovr 
name, address and phone mM^r (K «^ pWk your ittme, you'll wont ui to 
Eotl ^u). M of courM, yAttit I/Mr iwnm MieuM be. M inMet must be 
poit-morked by Nov. 10, 1977. 

list Mim lute S20 
MerMc. VA. 23102 






LISTEN TO ZAM- 11 



All contestonts (over IS yeors) ore mviMd M tf«e l^fM Toe-^^^ig, M^ 
M««|Nfig '*W^^-BAM-THM>4K.VCM-ZAM PMTC 



^mtmm 



T«n businessmen have 
bem eleded to the Board 
of Directors of the Virglida 
Beech Chamber of Com- 



nerw. 

the ^ -(^rectors will be- 
1^ tfiren^y^rtertns starting 
Janttary 1. Newly elected dir- 



iiitia 



mm 



'^ 



GORDON S. BUCBAiiAll. .fi. 
annonnees the terminhtiat tt his plrtnership 

with M..L. Ossen, O. D.i for the prSctiee of 

OPTOMETRY 

snd the conttmrnaee d hts prsettM ih the 



locatioaS 



MOBoishSt 
MttHMk, Vs. ISSIO 
lil-Sl4S 



dtl7 Mlsa River Rd. 
ChmMhfce, Vs. 2SS2S 



OFFICE RGURS Bt A»mtm»f. 



edors inctade Robert W.De- 
MUle, H. Floyd Donnire. 
Jr., Robert E. F«itress, 
Marvin W. Lucss, A.M. Mac- 
Kay, Freterick J. Napolltano 
C.B. Ow«is. Jess PHsoa, 
Calvin H. ^«in and David 
N. Stormont, Jr. 

Ofti(^^ for 1971 wUl be 
elected at the October meet- 
ing of the board of diredors 
to be held later Qds month. 





Oil 




toiteird MercISi son of Mr. 
i Mrs. Ud^niorris, Sr., 
^4-£tem Mfm, has been 
taiMd eo-aaMlger of 14 
lumber's mi r pcMt News 
MM 

ttdKTd is a IIM frad- 
M of Maeiss Anne IMi 
^haol. RlelMd sUrtai 
^th M m t«r7 in thrir 
^iKrMt^gg^ Oittet 
IMmN Md Itti wile, Suh 
dn, and VMr 
fiotttel, wtU be 
te^l^ HsiK u it ItaMMM 
nn'tt UiAtr Cmtuf 
^raieitly Im m 

ttf lor M 
i^tm lobe 
WW. 




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It 1$ UKLitKbU trmi mv 
cr^taM o( the s*M de- 

3H|Brpei 
«sted tli ttMesteie, appMr 
in tUft Cout on the nth 
dijF of Octotoer, 19T>, to 
stow cans* tfalnst tbc pty- 
mcnt tad delivery of the es - 



tate, vittoat mMkui« 
boad. to the dlMrftirteM 
odn- sUl dM»deA'» iMl. 
A on' of ti^ ft'ier 
sMI te pMUbiA #» t 
^d tar tio eafmwittv* 
««rf» ftitttViq^ Buck 
1^, 1 WMMwrpoMMMd 
ta the C^af Virfin 

H.lc mUB) ndl^ 

A eo^ ^^: John V. 

Fwtms,CMc 

By J. Cutis Fnilt, DC. 

AwtoKt 4 ItahaaMa 

S«tttW.naaaQK 

IMriott. %||aU ISSIO 

VBS-lflf/U-10/18T2t 



Omm Of PUBUCATIOM 
lBth»a«t*sOi»e»ofthe 
Clfeatt C«vl Of «» City 
dl ViifiiiaJaa^lh. oo 
thtltt^*yefOe|(iM>,1977 

PlaMtfl. 

afalaat 

MlckaM iTayae Sensthanch. 

Defeatui. 

The object of ttis sitt 
Is to «M^ a Afmrce a 
vfMrto SMftrtKoail trtn 
tte am detariuA, vfoa 
the frainds ofSa^toaZO- 
91 rn (a) of the 1950 Code 
(rf ViipEiia, as aaaaBded. 

Aad aa aOidaTlt haviBi 
hem aMit and ited that 
the dtfeadiat is a aoa-re- , 
sidirt of Restate of Vtr- 
gUita, (ha last tamm post 
otaee address hitog: 3S19 
Saa Daaih«o8treM, Ctear- 
valer, Florida SS5II It Is 
Mdnad ttat he domioar 
oa or fa#Dfe the Ott day 
ol Nm^eariker, 1977 aaldo 
litai amy be aecnsary to 
protect his toterest la ttis 
sirit. 

A eopf-Teste: Joha V. 
Featran 

By : Pa^ A. Kaaadiaa, De- 
pt^Oarfc 
J. GarandZo^ 
Si^90ft 

One Matai naaa East 
NorfDilt. ¥A ISSIO 

TBS-10/lf -10/19- 10/20 
11 /8 -it 

ORDER OF TCBLTCATh, « 
kthaCIcirsC^ctjitthe 

r. 



Jotai M. Schraa, a/k/a 
SaaaMellahoa 

m 0^ of this siM 
la to oh6^ a divKcc a 
ftacalo aiatrfBioaii troll 
the saM defeodaid.qioathe 
of one year 
separatiflB. 

Aal aa affidavit havtag 
beee laafde ad filed that 
the defeadaat is a aoa-re- 
sidaBt of testate of Yir- 
giaia, the la^ kamra post 
office addraH haiag: 21 
Leroy 8tre^ Apt. 9, Hc» 
Tart^Rcv Torlc UOM ills 
ordHod that he 4a ^pcar 
oa or before tie SIthday of 
Noveadier, UTI tad do 
what BMy be ae^sny to 
protect Ms iaIcrMt to this 
mM. 

A eopf-Te^ Joha V. 
Fntress 

By: P^i A. Kaaaehaa, De- 
ploy, Qerh 
?toeeat R. OlMeri 
Sitfte 211. Peaihroka Foar 
Bk||. 

Pmhroke Office Park 
VitflBla Beadi, VA. 
13462 

VBS-W12- 10/19 -10/2^ 
11 ^ - 4t 

ORDER OF PUBUCAHOR 
la the Cterfc's Office of the 
Cirerit Court of the Cl^ 
of Viriiida Bmtk, VA. oa 
ttedthdayofOetdher;i977 
MaaeJaaMsl^ek, 
nilattfl. 




l^hertoe Cmmr UftiA, 



mejI^ietaftMss^to 
111 M^ a #TCrce a vta- 
eito BHtrlmrtl tnm the 
aaid defeadut, ypcm toe 
^<oaa&i of daaarti oB. 

Aad aa afUivtt haviag 
haaa ande aad filed tlMt 
«» diNadHt dae dUi^ace 
liMi haaa Mod by oroa 
1410 of tteOaMl^Katto 
a^Mtoto toiMcheoiatyor 

» if cg a tto a toe d^«daM 
to, viflmrt ^Kt, tte last 

I pert oSlee address 
lttAliMMlM^,yir- 
fiab Beai^^MMatflSS 
tt to ordant WsHi do 

aiipear oa or bcton tte 

^ 4iy of Rovtaiber,im7 

iid do what nay be mc- 

.saf7 to protect her i»- 

.Mttatfetosalt. 

^tofto: Mm V. 



mOER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA: 

At the Clerit's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the C»v 
Of VinlntoBeachoathc 
«tey of October, 1977. 
Ursula M. Jahoda, former- 
ly Ursula 11. Barker, and 
Joseph R. Jahoda. her hus- 
band. 1101 Keat Una 

nmm hmOt, vtriuA 



Coa^Mtouta 
». 

Sum $. IftwAoim, Har- 
ris Aaa BratthMlto, John 
S. IMaodhDim, W.D. Itaod- 
ho«M, Sara IMsMi^.aBd 
aS pattfM hB«t^r*tsttMtoa 
» oQar rlj^ to Oa grave 
site of -Sam tNodhone" 
lo^cd OB thHt tot iri»vB 
as Lot W oa lito jdM m- 
tttled -RESUUXVlffiOM OF 
LOTS I ANtI % BAY - 
SHOK ESTA'raS. ipse - 
TKNf T1P0, LlriQIIlAVElf 

B0Rou<a-v^^nk 

BEA(».VlROTiU.''ttliv 
lag or if wrof Mmb be 
dead, thea the ^^itog 
spontut, iNln^ (iprtaem 
aad mecassws to Mto to 
sach deteadaato vrtnae to^ 
ImnrB po^ oMca .0^«ss 
to nainKMa who an aiade 
partiea dataatat Iqr the 
geaeral da^ripHMi of 
"Partiaa U|gteml^ 
DefflBdaata. 

DtdAMCBIT 
DOCKET MO. 

C-Tr-1556 

TUa suit to brooght par- 
suat to toa provltfoas of 
SecUflB 97-M ol the 1950 
Cote ofVligUa,asttMad- 
ed, tortoapBpeaeoflMv- 
iag the reanUto latated to 
the iteadoaed grtve rite of 
Sara WoodhowaJbeatadoa 
the tot derigaatod as Lot 
9B, litem OB tte piit aa- 
tttled -Resabdivlttxi of 
Lots 9 aad 9, BayAoi^ 
Estries, Secttoa Tm>, 
LyaAavee Boroarii - Vir- 
^Bto Beach. Virgtoia." re- 
■ovcd to sotoe more snit- 
aUe rqnUtof^byar^oU- 
Ue fhBMal dHiredor to 
strki atewdaaee vrith the 
staaikrds of Ms prolBssioa 
aad to a nuawr havlag dae 
respect for toe dead aad 
the seai^dlities of their 
Uviag bete aad aatt otfciB. 

Aad afiUaiit havi« beea 
made a^ fttid mA aUpar- 
ties respowto n l an oa- 
kaovB; t« fitoir'vhRea- 
boato are aribmniudOeir 
tost aad prtaeat aoat office 
addrenwa «« oaJoova; 

It toMCOHtt^yCffiOERr . 

ED «ad msdiii^ Oat M 
above Buaed persom. 



Barrtot Ami Jkaithwaite. 
Jote 8. Woodbdhae. w. D. 
Wooitooase. San Wood- 
tase. ttd tf parties hav- 
lag visittfteB or other 
r^lto to Oa Sara Wood- 
hoasa pmw iM$ located 
oa the tot daa^aated as 
Lot W, Abto oa Oe pUt 
eatmed ItoaabdlvlsioB of 
Lote • ail 9, Bayshore 
Estotes, Se^oe Two, 
Lyaahavea Beroagh-Vir- 
Clato Beach, Vligtoia,'' it 
IMagortfaayoflheBibe 
Obb their sarvivtog 
hein, deflsees 
ud saeeeaaan to Wte of 
sadi saidttofdwhmtB irtwse 
last kaova port <iftee add- 
ress to yakaoOB, nt who 
are sttde parttos detoa - 
dnt tathagoMnldMctip- 
tioa "nrttoa Qatanva", do 
apieBr oBirb^vwthatWt 
of NovMAir, 1977 aad do 
lAat to BBceiiary to pro- 
tect OMtolMmto. 

Aad it tofhrlher ORDER- 
ED Ort arogrcffiis Or- 

«aek for toar iaecessive 
vaefca to the Vlrgiaia Beach 
am, a aew^aiMH- poidished 
nd haviag gMenletteato- 
tfoB to the Oty af VUgiato 
Beach, udnBtaeopyh«%- 
of be poitad «t the froat 
doa* of >09 ^Mrt Honse 
of the CIrcait Coartoftbe 
Ctty of VliffitaBeach, Vir- 
giMa. 

A COTY-TESTE: 
Jotoi V. Featress, Clerk 
By: J. Cortto Frait. De- 



inUisa 



E. McCardell, Jr. 
2100 Potters Road 
^^ato BcAch, Virginto 

Coaasel tar Urrato If. 
Jahoda aad Jteqdi R. 
Jahoda 

VBS: 10/12-10/19-10/26- 
11/2 -4t 



orora or Ptm^Aixm 

to the CterTs M^e of the 
Cireatt Coart of Ike Ctty 
f^imatg MaA, %TA« «a 
the Mdw oOWdMhvl 





K«eiMhaB,M- 
mrl. 
s n O'Brien 



hw ^yi§ a ad Md^ 
sMMafOi^^flrlta-- 



"*. Va. ^1 




ViriMni^ Beach Publk Not 



ffl ^'^'53 






2Srd #y otMomtober, 1^ 

Md 4a lAtf my be aa- 

cMMn to ptrted her to- 

terwttoOiaaalt 

A ^nr-Tsste: Joha V. 

FeMrwM 

By: Pritt A. Keeaehn, De- 

M^Ctoft 

teiafdJ.tatns 

8Mto 100. Soyster mm 

PJD.BnS7l7 

!r«rftt,VA 23514 

14 ft ; 

VBS-10/12-10/19- 10/26- 



ORDER OF PtWJCATKNI 
toOeaerlc**eflteaatthe 
ClicBlt Coart alfltoC^ of 
VlrdMa Bea^ VA., oa Oe 
ll04ay of 8aptoBih«r. 1977 
JriBAtoertlOMMa, 
Ptoiattff. 



IbaMe^ 
DefeadiBt. 



Alda 



Theobiect offlitoaMtto 
to obtoto a (ttvoree « BMHa 
ot thare to be bm^ toto 
a #voiee a vlac^ mtM- 
aioalifroBi theaaiddafha- 
dMi, «oa Oa groaadaot 
dawrtka aad ahaadoB - 



Aad aa affidavit havlag 
beea Bade aad fitodOiAfiM 
defadaat to a Boa^rdMdeat 
ofOe8iMeofVlr^.tha 
last kaova poet oAcfradd- 
nas batar Boi fit. #320 
Port Orgnge BraaA,Day- 
hw Beach, Florida tt to 
Mterad that shedBifpear 
here wIfliB ten (KQdaya af- 
ter dae pttlieattoa hereof, 
aad do triatt may bl^aaces- 
aurt to protect her laterMt 
toOiasait 

A eopy-Teste: Joha V. 
Featreaa 

By: nm A. Kecaehan, De- 
pnto, Cterk 
S. HUaa DomviUe 
1700 First Vitgiato Bank 
Towar 

m a. Paal's Bhd. 
llorMk. VA 29S10 

VB8-9^,10/5,10/IB,tO/19 



010^ OF PUBUCATIQII 




FoflMy, 



The ohiaet of Ols satt 
is to oMatoa divoree a 
mflMa el Ooro ftiaaa the 
aaid daftadaat, «aa the 
poaads ot etwHtj - Coa- 
riradtoeDaawttoa. 

Aad aa affidavit hnlag 
beea made aad fltadflktOa 
defaadnt to a aoa-rasldnt 
of Oe State of Vlrgtoto, 
the tort kaova port office 
adirasa betog: Gsofe 
flbdat. RDdlTlitoto, Hew 
Tort, U797 it to ordered 
art he db qvssrherewto- 
ta tea (10) days attor dae 
pMtoatloa hereof, aad do 
itet BU^ be aeeesnry to 
pntert Ms toterert to fids 
salt 

A eopy-Teste: Joha V. 
FeatKss 

By: Prttt A. Keea ehaa, De- 
prty.Cterk 
Albert Tetoh. Jr. 
706 Oae Mrta Plan East 
HorfoO, VA 23510 

VB8-9/2i,10A10/12,10/19 
4t 



.^ OF pubucahor 

tt the Ctorfc'sQffieeotOt 
QrerttCoo^rtOeCltyof 
VlrgiBto Beach, VA oa the 
21srd^ rt Swteabar, 1977 
Rath Liettto roMbarti 
Hqghes, a/k/a RoOLaelUc, 
ColfiaBCoatoirRa^es. 



!, Jr.. 



mam m pwucation 

la Oe Ctek's Oftee of the 

Cimdt C(Nn« of the City 

ot Vtndrta Beneh, Va. oa 

fiw IMrd^r rt Beptember 

I9». 

DeaaaOFlrtv, 

RatolW, 



Charleae Fay Gostaltis. 
Hrtrtiff, 



iiaiart 
wian 



tto 



Leo Timrthy Gaatrt- 



acriart 

tUaiui^ 



ds rttol nay k 
to prrtert Ms 
Otosatt. 
A 




iflii fi 

nii^la 
v».9/M.iOAnM»/>* 



J. FlBley. 
Dilaadart. 

Tti^ ulijiicl ot toto suit 
to to euato a rtvure* a 
irtaeai» a^MBOiMerem the 
aaM drtaadut, ipoB the 
pwaA of Oe iliifwIanHa 

titer or ta Ooj^muttve. 
havttg lived saiNMte aad 
oart tor b«« Om oae 
|«r. 

taA aaiSHMt havlag' 
beea aada «l filKlhitthe 
dajaadart to a aaa-i r a sl dart 
eff Otltotert mnMa, Am 
mm iBOWB poRomce aoa- 
ress belag: Fedm^ Cor- 
reetloaal tostUala, iSIOl S. 
E. XVNk AvMM, JUaml. 
Ftortdi 33177 H to order- 
ed fiB« he do #pear here 



rtOto tea (10) daya after 
dae aaJ^oanHi hiieof. ttd 
do snrt iHff be aaeenazy 
to prolertiU laterert to 
thtoailt 

A fOfi tMto: J<te V. 

Falbtws ___-;^_ 

^f. PilB A. Keeaehui, De- 

paly»C^t 

CMada Mtohart Setoktoae 

atUadoaBlvd. 

OldefBW«, PortaaioBt]^ 

Va. 23704 

VBS-9/29,10/S,10/12,10/19 



ORDER OF PVBUqATIOR 

htheaeik'sOfBoaofOe 

Clrertt Coart of fiis City 

of Vlntoto Beach. Vk. oa 

the 190 day of Septeaiber, 

1977. 

Tarry Alaa Dettjma, 

Rslrtfir. 



Thr abject oftMsMitU 
to oMrta a divoree a via- 
cnlo matriaoell from the 
'artd defadart, aipoa the 
gnaads of oae ytar sap- 
anttoB. 

Aad aa aMdavtt havtog 
beea made aad fltod thrt 
the drtaedart to a aoa-re- 
sidert of fi» State ot Vlr- 
gtoto, the lart kaova port 
office addraas brtag: 1211 
Rto Graade, Colorado 
Spriaga. Cotorado, 10910 it 
i^ ordered that ha d» ap- 
pear hen vlthto taa (10) 
diya after daa nMMattoa 
higraof . aad do what luy be 
aaeaasafy tqprotart htoto- 
ter«rtto1Masrtt. 
A eopy-Teate: Joha V. 
Fartiess 
Bf Prttt A. Kaeaahaa, Ov- 

Jeil^HOMf 

TMewrtrt Lipl AM 

OacleM 

147 Gnaby Strart, OHIee 

tm 

MorfBlk, VA9$10 

in»- 10/S - 10/lt - 10/19 



the lart kaowB port office 
address brtng: 931 Usry- 
laad Aveaae, Vlrglato Baack 
VA It to ordered that he 
do appear bare alOln tea 
(10) daya after dae pabllea- 
tloa hereof, aad do rtukt 
amy be ateeaaary to pro- 
tert Us laterert iathtosuit 
A CBW-Teate: Joha V. 



By: Pattt A. Keeaehaa, De- 
BrtyClertt 
boMld G. Wise 
218 Loadoe Blvd. 
Portomorth, VA 23704 

VBS - 10/5 - 10/12 • 10/19 
10/26 - 4t 



ORDER OP PUBUCATIOll 
to OaCleit's Office rtOM 
Clrertt Coart of the City 
of VlRlate Baach. VA, oa 
fits S70 day of September 

i»n. 

rO. RobertaoB, 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tba Cltffc'a Office of the 

Clrertt Coart of the Ctty 

td VIrIbU Beach, VA, ob 

the 290 day ofSertcmber, 

1977. 

Crtherlne ¥«■*<' '-v'-ji^M- 

Ptolrtlff, 

agalart 

^taates Richard Ksnable, 

Drteadart. 

The <*)«•♦ of tw^! «..U 
to to obtain a rtivnrff a 
OMMaa et ttoro, to be later 
merged irto adlvoroe a vin- 
cdo mrtrinoail from the 
artd drtortart, ivoa the 
groaads rt deaertioa. 

Aad aa alfldavlt haviag 
beea made aad filed Omt the 
drtaadart's \uA kaowa post 
office addreas to St4 Toma- 
havk Tnil. Lot SS.Virgiala 



due dWgeace &as c«en u^s 
ed by and OB behalf of the 
plair -certain in what 

couni, -. -rtwatlflft the 
drteadprt U, without effect. 
tt to ordered thrt he de ap- 
pear here witMn tea (10) 
days after due pubUcrtioo 
hereof, aad do what may 
be aacessary to protect his 
irterert to fills sttit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Featress 
By: PattiA, Keenehan,:De- 

prty, Clerk » 

Ridbard S. Haman 

SMte 210 AtlanUc NaUooal 

BaakBldg. 

415 Srtrt Part's Bl«d. 

Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS - 10/5 - 10/12 - lb/19 
10/26 - k 



gmmwo 

Ptattttf, 
ai^M 



mrttoRobertooB, 



The ohHrt of Oto salt 
to to fl]|ttB » divorcea 

8^ drteatert, ivea Oe 
greiada rt Minttoa tor 



fBdam 



Agaea Teraaa Sttvto Dett* 



Drtcadaat 

The dblert rt ttito srtt 
to to obtoto a dlvtt^ a 



ORDER OP fUnJCATIOR 
kUmOerk'sOB^rtOa 
Clrertt Coart of fte Ct^ 
ot ViisMa Beach, VA, OB 
Oa 260 4^ rt Biptotober 
1977. 

AUeeMsaGarrto, 
Ptalrtlff. 



Qarria, 



The ohiert oT tMa aoit 
to to obMa a rtwrce a 
vlaerto metrlatorti fkrta the 
artd drfaadart, oboa fiw 
nooada rt daawlioB as rt 
AMartiO,lV». 

Aad aa rtfhtovit havtog 
baaa BMda mid fiMd £1 
tlm dafoadart to a aoa^ii- 
stdert rt tiw Stoto rt Vlr- 
gtoto, Vm lart tatoVB port 
office addroM beMf: e/o 
LoBso Ganto, JoiMvllia, 
■«« CHrttoa tttoorder- 
ed fiMlha4o«Bpaarhere 



Aad aa allUavft Bartag 
baw MB* aatf Ifiad tiS 
te dOtoaaee has taavl- 
M 19 Off w Mwiiiflt oa 
Ottartrtairt to asMrtotovi 
rtAea eoarty oroorpoirtiiB 
Oa # ft % fa> K % v^ort 
tStt(A, the tet kpovB pimt 
afllee addreas betog: m% 
Barloa Bead. Vltflrta 
Beaeh, VA It to ordervd 
Ort ahe do rteear h«re 
wttUa tea tm days aftir 
dae ndtaeafloB hMMf. aaH 
do iHMtt mmr he aeeaeaary 
to protort her laterert to 
thtoartt 

A OQ^-Tcato: Jolm V. 
Faalreas 

1^. Pattt A. Keeaehaa, Da- 
prtyClnt 
Edward Delk 
seSi^natorSortolk 

S^eaehareh Stnrt 
Marfolk, VA 23510 

VBS - 10/5 -lO/lS - 10/19 
10/26 - 4t 




BtllKX or irattJC HE^WG 

The Vliflrta Baach Board d ZoBing Apperts will conduct 

a PiUte Baarlag oe Wedaeaday, Novembtfi' 2, 1977, 

rt 7}le 9.11. to the Clrertt Coart Room l07<€itrHall, 

VlrgiBto Beach, Vlrglato. The following appllcatiflps 

vtU appear oa the ageoda. 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Albert R. Blaachard reqaesto a variance to allow Oe 
parklag rt ma)or recreatiooal equtpnfint in front oT a 
brtUUg iartead <A behind the nearertJtirtiiirt a bu«d- 
tog aflJaeoBt to a poblic strert oriT'I^'WBlock 38, 
S artloa 5, Vtiaou i Aone Plaxa, 420 Garrik^'Plaee. 
Lyaahavea Ddrbugh. ?' ^ 

2. WUltom C. Stnnip raqnasto a variutice tit |0 
to a "0* aide yard aefiiack (norO proper^ line) insi 
rt 10 tart as reqrtred Ufility bailrti«) oa Lrt 15, Bl 
L. Secttoa 8, Part 1. Frtrfield, 367 BasUica C 
Kempavfite Borough. ^i^ 

3. Rob^ L. aad Betty D. Godfrey request a vi 

to altow flm parktog f4 maJCH- recreafl<»al emiAMnfrt 
to trort rt a haUdIng las^ <A behintf Oe fiearert 
tioa M a bolkttv WilMert to a pd^cstr^ea 
Bto^ L Sertloa 17, Par^I A, PrlM^hABM PI 
3327 Lake Crert Road. Prlacess AaaeB^tMi^ 

4. Charla V.Ooraqt reqaesto a variancsJ^iltow e 
paildgg rt iMita- reereattoBrt etpi^^aert to fnad a 

tortaad rtbrtdad the aearertportioBrt a brt - 
tag. adJKKrt to a pdaic rtreet m Lot 12, Porttoi if 
mA^M 19. 20 aad 21, Pecan Gardens, 37(^ Forest G n 
Road. Kempsrtlte Beroogh. • 

5. Aljacfc, toe. reQiesto a variaoce of 25 feet t(^a 10 f A 
wtfMiA tmm kA Avemm tortaad oi 35 fert asrequii d 
rt Part rt Lote BO fluraagh 26, Block 2i;ThaUa Vlll« », 
VHftato tiaa(^ Bortevard. Kempsvllto Borough. 

6. Miltoa P.'tSuBptr Mipaito a variance -to aUow^^ e 
parktog rt ma|ar recreattoart eqrtpnert to front « a 
balldlag tetoad ti brttod the Marert portion xA a 
brtMUg adtabmd to a poidle strart (m Lot 9. Blodc 1, 
Secttoa 10-B. inadsor Woods, 3M5 S. Gla&tone Ar 1. 
KmpivUte Bwreagl. 
7^ Jlmg; jainirtMaLflMaMtol^ j iimrtaaaa rt iQ^fert tja 



pairte 

tod rt Btore fitaa oae fear. 
Aad aa afOdartt havtog 
haw made aad filed Oat the 
drtSadmit is a aoa-reshlert 
U the Stoto rt Viigtola, 
the lart kaiamport oOtoe 
adireBS beiag: 163 Chases 
Laae, Middtotewa, Mwde 
btoad it to ordered that 
aha do aKpoar here rtfida 
tea(}0)da]m aftor doe pah- 
ltoBtfa»herert.aBddovhrt 

Sbaaeeeasanr topro- 
her talnwrttottdssrtt. 
A eopy-Teste: Mm V. 



to protort Ms Irterert to 

tMsaatt. 

A eo^Teate: John V. 

Fortran 

By: Pattt A. KomMhai, Oe- 

pwrCtek 

Fruk I. Battor, m 

tdSO VUitola Beaeh Blvd. 

P.O. Bob 4177 

Vlrgtoto Baaeh, VA 

VB8-10/S - 10/12 - 10/19 




OrrtB 

rt mirtilA B«a«l^ 9^., oa 

Oe MO&r rt Siptegiher, 

1917. 

Caeiito E. Peekham, 

naunDt 

alrtart 

|M«a C. l^adOam, 



By: Mtt A. Keeaehaa, De- 

BdvtoJ. Rarta 

Attoatto Naf 1 Baak Bldg. 

Nortolk, Va. 23510 

VBS'9/28,10/5,10/12,10/19 



ORDER OF PdBUCATIOir 
taOaCtorrsOflteertOa 
(^ Comiirt the aty rt 
^Ktoto Beach, VA, oa Oe 
Zlrt day^rt SaplMBbm', 1977 
Fnrtt Btoad, 
nrtrtttt, 
"rt. 
Lee Btoad, 



the rtriart rt tUs salt 
tote einto «, divoree a 
vianto toatrltoort ^oa Os 

salt diAartut» <*!« ttw 
giaagla rt aw yaat- se - 
parattfla. 

baairtlieaBittodOrt^ 
diNBiiirt to B MMHxttidirt 
of tiw Stoto rt fUefb^ 
Oa tort leaoim port ofl^ 
ibrtar^WI 



agrtart, 
Darfdr 
Drti 

The ob|ert rt fids milt 
to to oMrta a dlioree ah- 

aaW fMMdart, ^m Oe 
gnttdart^towrttoa. 

im ^.affidavit havtog 
toMtmdeamlfitodOrtdae 
dnig i aee has beea aaatfhy 
or to betoitf rt Oe eom- 
p^aart to as^rtoto to 
rtdch eeaaly oreorpon^a 
Oa drtaadirt to, vWnlrt- 
toel. O* tart kaam pert 
flttea addnaa betog: Ml 
Oea Frtto Coart, vlir^ 
VA IS45I It to «r- 



iMlB taa (19 m* diM- £!>^^ 



ORDER OF PUBLrcATION 
taOa Cteik'a OIBee rt fim 
Clrea» Coart rtOaCfiyrt 
.VIirtrtaBaa^VA.,0BOe 
IMO^fllg|itoaher,1977 
A. Lalorm Gll^ 



grago^S. Gl^to, 

Thafi^rtrtfidssaftto. 
to «b^^ a rtvoree a ffti- 
erto antotoMOli froa Oe 
artd defiiirtart, vpMi Oa 
poaatert^mg aipBirte 

Mbttm aad wtthort ta4 

temrtltt tor a ported rt 

mora Hm aaa yaar. 

Aad BB^fidartt hartag 

aad flBed Ort 



The drtert rt thto srtt 
to to rtAtfa a rtvorea a 
vtolrta mrtrtmoatt traa 
fim aaid de^Btert.apMiOe 
gnmda rt omre Oaaoee- 
y^i^airttaB. 

Aad aa affidirtt havtog 
beea made aad titod fimt 
fim drteadot to a asB-ra- 
sfaliBi rtttea^rtVlr- 
glrta. AM tort kmnm port 
pi addreia hatog: SIS 
iMiirs Foafaltoad. Brt- 
Mtoora. Har^aal ft toor^ 
dared flirt aha ia apaear 
tore wtthto toa aCrtW* 
Bttn- doe pBN^artoahrta^ 
aC,aBddowhrttoi^haBa- 
Mwzv to prrtart hM- to- 
loiMttoadsmtt. 
A Mff-fe^: J«lD V. 



_^^ _ _Doate* 

Ito Blvd., OnsniMato, CA 
It to erdwed thrt ha, #0 
appmu- here viOto tea |I0) 
days after daa paMtoattoa 
hereof, aad do vhrt amy 
ba aaeeMan to pNtert Ms 
totorarttathtosaU. 
A eop^-Terte: Jotoi V. 



By: Paltl A. Kemwhaa, Ito- 
pato Clark 
WlfltaB P. Barartde 
P.O. Bob 1062 
VUgtato Beach, VA 23451 

VBS- 10/5 - lO/K - 10/19 
lO/SS-rt 



Aveinw. LyudmyvB Btorb^ 

8. James E. mid Xay E, Itersms req^ a vartoace 
aUflirOaiaurfctogrtmrt<»'recr^toBrt«fiiiiiB^tolri it 
rt B holing tortead rt b^dad the imiM porttoo a 
brthfiag acQaemrt to a pobUc strert on Lot 21, Bb k 
3, Secttoa 8, fturt 1, mndsor Woods, 23) ^rkv^ 
Cniu^. KoBssvlUe Botmi^ 

9. W.J.ItUtorirequ^s a variance of 1.16, acres of It id 
to l.M aerwt rt land instead fA, % acres of la|^ as 1 >- 
frtred i» a ^rarch oa a 1,94 Parcel, Section 4^-Keffl i- 
lillc 8rt|^, 247 Ovrt'taflM Romt. Kmnpsvkle«>ro« t. 
TOrimKe of 3 tort tea 7 tort-rear yard seto«»r aaa it 
I lart to a 7 fort rtde nM s^mck iostrad rt 10 fi it 
larti a^ remrtMd oa Lrt II, W>ck N, SectioaS, a - 
tomy Itoaor EMtM, M4I Muwule Court. 
XeM^svlUe Bttfoorti. 

11. nNtoto A. and Kay P. Hmil^ reqaert a varian 
niert to a 10 tort sue ^ud srtback {eart pEoperty li 
art rt 10 tort to a 10 tort r«u- yard setbadc ^ 
to tort earti as rvqalred oa a Parcrt, Prqjtertyi 
RooUd Bertiqr, Pm«o. 1733 Back Bay Landing 
FangoBmroa^ 

12. Alfred F., S^M reqaesto a nriaact of:4fi 
a 1 tort rtda .yrtd aMiadc (w^ pr<q)erty Ito^-insti 
rt 5 fert as rrtMMl OMw pump) cm Lot n, r 
Mrt, SSSi Kiag Ridttrd Cwrt. Lyimiavra don 
It. Bolrti Brtnmi # fiMpard R. Roehm, 
tVfNrta a nriaace rt .9.8 fert to a lOJ tort heort 
MOBdc ii^ad rt 80 tart as raqrtred (wart 
itae^proposed nraaa apartowtt) aad rt 1.6 * 
tort side ^irTs^artE i^itoad rt 5 fert sik^ 
(aorth aropMffy Itoe) aad rt 7.6 ftrt to ifX] 
yard seOaek taatead w 10 fert as rwqrtred(aorO. 

^ llaa) aad rt 20 fert to a 10 tort r«ir yar^rai 
teMad 9i 80 tort m raiMi»d rt a rear ]ntr4mtja< . 
to fiw Attartto Oceaa ftiropdaid mfcUtioBtoertsttorhoA) 
OB Lrt 3, mo^ 19, Cape B«>ry, 6406 O^tafi 



LimOavaa Bwooi^. 
14. An 



ORI»R OF PimUCATXM 
la Oa Ctek's Otitoe rt Oe 
Ctoertt Coart tf the (^ 
rtjnirtata Baach. VA,^ 
Oe 2trt dajTrtSitom^ 
IfR. 
jroi)gtor Price, 



B^ Prtfi A. K e aB a toa , Da- 

m;Cl«l[ 

nMM F. Bets, Jr. 



oa to hrtatf rt the Cem- 
^toaaTto as ewtoto to 
vMcit coBB^ or eorpora - 
ttea fim diliadirt to, rtfin 




lllalapaMitoeBM. 
Vir^da Bea<*, Va. 13112 

VW.9/18.10^,10/12,10/19 

41 



1919 ft mmm i^Mny 

fhaaapaaka. VA. It to or- 
detad Ort he de appear 



•K te 7l«ffi 2"2?'LO' BUBUCATICR 
flSr^iKll <^*»«** C«rt rt tto Cite 

H iOrtMaiVbtlt? tf mimmtmt. M^_& Wa tZ 



rt, 

eoMUf topreterthtob- 

tMartlafiitoartt 

A eo|^.Terte: Ma V. 

fmmu 

%r- 9^ A. Kiiaihaa. De- 

WttHiA.llaffMt 
UMfkigtollMrt 



Orertl Coart rt tto CMjr 

ttanw day rt Sqitember 
1977. 

K.Dareay, 



Bw Chrlatflpher Darccy 



1^ 



mfl - 10/M - W^9 



The ohtort rt Oto satt 
to to obhiB a rtiaret a 
tooaaa rtnOtia froto the 
said MhMhnl. w Oa 
gmmdh rt ooaatnKttv* da- 



ibp teaartl Prtoe, 
Dinadart. 

Thi <Mert rt tUs srtt 
to to ahtato a itmm ^ 
rta^ aatrtaaoaUftiomOe 
srtd datoadaa^ via fim 
jptomAi rt aeparaSaton' 
eoMrtoBe^Br. 

Aal m tmkm havtog 
hem made aid fltodOrt«n 
me haa beea aart tar 
hahalt rt the Co«- 
^^^ rt to asea r%^ to 
rtdih ooaaty or oanen- 
tloi Oe drteadart to, rtO- 
ort altort. Oa tort kaowa 
Mrt aUtoe addraaa betog: 
■arte 1, Lrt 2, Mtoaral 
Trailer Coart, Mtoeral. 
VUrtrtattinlttoaHar- 
od Oat ha «» appear hen 
vttMa tea (10) dkyt after 
te artOtoattaa harart, aad 
do'nrt'amr be a aaa a aatt 
to BtrtaetMa Irtrtert tt 
Wasott. 
A aapy-Teato: Joha V. 



^^#i^jr«to<^ 
Oamii^trliptoMw, 



Oaft 



Pattt A. 



ABd M afWartt havlM 
beea made i«« fUad tM 
dBadl»fi«»hwtM««- 
adbyai8«»Mtf^l» 



James A. Evaas 
9I9S tadtoa River Rri. 



mig wd Jeaa Beasley request a^rartaoce to •. 
Oe poktog rt ttjor recreiyttMrt eqa^eitt %trm 
a befidtag tortaad rt beUod Oe aearert po^ 
balld^ adjaeert to a MOic strert on Lrt lOi l 
21, PftaCBM Aaae Paia, 437 N. Bethwe Drli 
Prteess Aaaa Bordai^ 

15. James iHUtom Crtaw^ reqaesto a vartoace I 
tort to a 7 tort skto yard seOartc iioAMd oflo tort s 
reqrtred (toM pr^rt^r Uae>i^ehed ston«e buUdi ) 
oa Lrt 76, JeefioB 1. Pemln^e Meedows. 4444 Hodg b 
Drive, tejudde B(ff«ai|^ 

16. JamM BauirtiMy, Jr. reqaesto a variaaM to 
low the parfclBi rt niajar reereattoBrt eqo^imert b 
frort rt a ball«fi!« tortaad of befatod the aearert port d 
rt a boUdtog a^laeNt to a partto strert oa Lrt 9, Bh c 
5, Serttoa 4, Wladsor Wooda, 3809 Winisor Woods Be • 
levari KempavlUe Boroogh. 

17. Benry K. Edqoirt reqnasto a variarce rt 10 fert > 
a etort aetbaefc from todepeadence Brevard ami f 
M tort to a 19 tort aetbaek from PretartoMl Cin 1 
Intead rt 35 fert each as requirad rt Lrt 1. INmbr 
Ptlttoartoart Parte, ladepeadeaee Bortevard and 1b 
a aBd e a o Clrde. Bayalde Beroogh. 

18. Std P. aad Phyllto A. Samaha request a varfc 
rt 1 tort to a 9 tort rtde yard artback iastead (A 10 : 
as required (wert property line) on Lot 8, Block] 
Wtadsor Woods, 3704 Van Buren Drive. Kempsvil 
Bormrtk. 

19. Cobo Corporattofi by Edwto B. Undsley Jr. reque 
a varlaace to allow the relocation of a non-cortormj 
MUboard oa the aame parcel fA laad and to wrtve \ 
regotrad arthaefcs rt Part ia Lot 19, 20, 21, 22, 44 l 
etoaad porttoa rt Crttoge strert. Block 29, EucUd Plai 
yifigh^ Beach Bortevard aad Dorset Avenue. Bays^ 

ID. GetaU libtagar, rt ate reqnest an eieepttoa to 1 
Kit aataMtoa rt the B-3 (Certrrt Bostoeas Dlrtrij 
booadary aiiprortmatrty 3S fert to a westerly dire 
to Oe pnpwty Uae aad a aeeoad portion to a aowdie^ 
diraettaa art to enead 50 fart oa a parcel of 1.9 acr 
Ptat rt Thalia, l a d ^aadaace Bortevard aad Norfc 
Sorthera Railroad. Kc 

APPEAR Bl:r- 




VbftoU Beach, VA 






>t *^ A «tvai#« •#' 



era, SacraUrj 



■9/19.1^,10/11,10/19 URB-lfl/ll . 10/19 - 2t 



\ 



WifMtMftdita, 



,S.f^. 




ii^nia 





1r. aad 
'^oremsD 



KMer, 



■ul 




tm* 19MC& tuipus ran 
SpvetniB pranrm wlU 
'Ul ovtrfMNTVponff 

-» tap« r*eenllBf. Tk* 

couTM is<leslgiM<ltoaeqttiiflt 
the jbMrti^^r wtth tlM" m^ nf 
video j^ recenUat in ihod- 
IMiuicaUau, providk 



QordlQg lyst' 




eaiMUMu 


aUi« rttoted 


♦^HlPi^ 


•ad tiM ap 


differ.^ ««M, 


mmn 


For Autber 
or 421-5: 


titforoatloii 
(A CJNitinr 

at 427-SC' 




QtiC68 ^sst 



P«Wf«D60lflt« F* 



Artist Jiiins 
fbiia WMleyan 






3rti Motor Co; 
Norfolk Assembly 
been anaounced b^r 
Plant Manager James L 
Meluw. He succeeds James 
D. Wbyte, who was transfer- 
red to Ford's Kwtacky Truck 
Plant as ftsslstant nU&t 
manAKti 

Mr. Ijajor. conies 10 nor- 

folk froia Ohio, where he 

• :noit' recently served as 

commercial operations 

^muiacer of Ford's Lorain 

Assembly PUnt. He first 

• riotned Fqpl b 1W3 as a la- 

^ bor relations representative 

"■'fX ti^.Ottca Trim PUnt In 

Michigan. Following assign- 



be became industrial rela- 
tions manager at the Lor- 
ain Assembly Plant in 1A72, 
and commerrtsl nppnitinn«i 
manager at the Ohio Truck 
PUnt in 197«. 

A native of Detroit, Mr. 
Major holds a b^ebftlv^'s de- 
gree in buaiunitMMirtntotra- 
tioa and a law ^aiev^ from 
Wayne State Univerfity. He 
is a member of the State 
Bar Association of Michi- 

Mr. Major, his wife, Mary 
Jane, and their two child- 
ren will make their home in 
VirginU Beach. 



Coesitt, art editor 

- Virgiaitn-Pilot and 

executive director of the 
Virginia Beach Arts Center, 
has been named visiting in- 
Stnictor la art and coordi- 
nator of ttthibits at VirginU 
Wesleyan College. 

A baUve of LAGraage, 01.^ 
Cossitt is a graduate of the 
University of Michigan and 
has done graduate study at 
the University of Florence 
in Rait where he reeeivwl 
a ccrtifleateofadvincedstu- 
dy. 

He has 12 years of college 
teaehiog experience, and 
since 1M9 has tanght art 
seminars in Italy cadi sum- 
mer. 

Cossitt is a member of 
the board of dlreeten of 



the newly fdnaed Metropol- 
itan ArU Congress, 1« on 
tbe««risonr board of Nor- 
toUfe ChiyslAr Mnsena and 
is a member of the Vir- 
ginia ComnitsioB for Arts 
and Bwafli^. fle" also 
serves ah urt edter for 
the Rlcbtnood Tillles-Dis- 
patf 

A weii-uown setaptor^ 
Coesltt has «(Mblt«d widely 
aad has writfin eirtensively 
on art. He resides in Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

"We are wry pleaaed to 
have Dick JoiB our eimtty," 
says BareUy Staaks, senior 
neinber of tta art d^iart- 
««Dt. "He will farli« an 
Important mw dimeasiOB to 
our grotlii pngram." 



JUDICIAL SALE OF REAL PROPlOTf 
Cte the 21 day of November, 19f7, proeeedtMgB wiU be 
commenced under jjie wthnl^ at 8ecttai.M-tn7.1 
^ seq. of the Cote of yirghte to Mtt^ll»Mlowii« 

Keels for payment of teUttMett tUMK 
ME Affil&ED IN: Mi^ABET JtmfiS 
^laSESSMENT DESCttlPnON: LOTS 13 k 14, Block 2, 
Bqrsbor, Baystde 

LACT ADDRESS: c/o Moses Cherry. 1029 Ouireh Jtreet 
Norfolk, Va; and 725 York Ave., NiHrfott, Va. 
A certain piece or parcel di {aad ^U^M to Bayside, 
KempsviUe Magisterial Ustrt<^ to PriniiMS Anw Coon- , 
ty, State of VirgiaU, and draerUied u Icdlom: 

Lots No. 13 and 14 in Block No. 2 lrofltti« 40 leet oo 
seooart itrest and of the dimeasiOBs tfiovn da plat 
of the iwitierty> 

It being a ptotiota of Uk proper^ pttchased Iqr C.H. 
Fentress from E. A. Watkins. 

The owner of asnr prc^rty listed naay redeeai it at 
any time /liioflp the date of Oe sale IqrptyintiU ac- 
cumulated ttxM, ptiialtles, interests aad costs ttereoa. 
V. Alfred EthH^, 
Virginia Beadi City Treasurer 



Defcadut. 

The object of this suit 
is to obwo a dtvoMca vin- 
culo matrlnoi^i. ttom the 
Slid dsiaadaat. #nB the 
of Titie M-91 (9) 
Code of Vir^, as 
amcnde4, to wit: saparition 
for nwre than «jm year. 

And an affidavit having 
beeo made aad fUad ttet 
tie defMdant is a aon-r«- 
iideat of the State U Vir- 
ginia, the iMt kab#B post 
office aUrtss being: 2^ 
East Mata Street, Ayt. 1$, 
Leagae City, Texas 77S73 
it is ordered that she do 
aflpear ea orbeiorethe2ith 
<hqi oL Wovenber, 1977 aad 
do wM amy be aee«isary 
te prefect her laterest in 
tUssiM. 
A oenr-Testo: John V. 



%j: ViM A. Keeahaa, De- 
pot]^ Clark 
Oeaa P. Cdlias 
Suite 100 One Main Plaza 
Ea«t 
Norfott, Va. 23510 

^-10/19,10/26,11/2, 
11/9 - 4t 



VBS-lO/19-lt 



14. CMte^>mn*Ud>flity to AialNudi oo aixi^taiiccs outst 



V '^ 



GM|d|dited Import of Conditioii 
of. 



BMilC OF VIRGINIA BEACH 



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M. tft^ cloie of hmiaaii oa 



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luoi 



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Made to the Sfate Corporation Cominigaon 



pollar AaMwmts in Tlwiaairfs 



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f; 1IJ.lV^uiy securitiei (SdwtfadeB, itm 

1. 0jb^p^itsofoti^U3.6QveraQ<Eaitateadeiaa&cati^ 2,ik^amak). 

4. ObBfa^m of States and political s^dMins (Schedule B> Itcna S, Oidomn E) 

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Oeaund deposits of iadMduals, partacrsbiiM, and coiporadoas (Sdiedule t. Item 1 F, Crinau A) .^.»^*^-»» 

Time and nvfap deposit of individOals, pvttienUps. and ceipondoas tSdwdote F, Item IF, Coliuaa fH:) 

Deposits of Uiuicd8tttesGomBmcnt(S<dhedufeF, Item 2, CohintlisA^BK:) — .... 

Dcpodu of Statm end poUdol eubdivisioiu (Schedule F. Item S, Cetumni A^-B+C) . 

Depoiiis of foKipi fovcmmcnts and official institutioos (Schedule F, Item 4, Ckdamas A+B^) 

22. Depesiu of conuacidal banks (Sdiedule F, Item i*$, Cotumna A+B-K:) . 

2S. Ccrdfled and offiocn* checks (Schedule F, Item 7, Cohunn A) ».~<. 

TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOhlESTlC OFnCBS (suns of items 1 7 thru 25) 

a. TMal deaiaad deposits ^diedulc F, Item 8. Column A) . 

b. Total dnK and iS^nfi deposiu (Schedule F, Item 8, Cotumna B+C) , 
TOTAL DEPOSITS IN FOREIGN OFHCES ...... 

TOTAL DEPOSITS IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ornCES -. 



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18. 
19. 
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Mortgage uAdebtedness ».«...••...*■■••..•. 

Acceptances cxecittted by or for account of this beak and ootstaadlag 
_.. Other liabilities (Schedule H, Item 9) 

SO. TOTAL LIABBJTIES (excluding subordinated fioiei snd debentures)..».«..........»... i . ^ .t.,. i .<i;i»«..«m.. 

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a. CaAwdAie from hanks (ci*«^M>Bds to iwal above), £■ ^ , .^ . 

b. Federal toids sold aadsecu^WwfWK^Md under ^reeibeau ur lesril (coire^wada to Item 8 above) 

c. T»^lbaitt(awfeip«w*te^Wrt*M«) '. , .ww-i ^ 

d. Time depoMti of $100,000 » mote (eortespondi to Mfmoranito i^au Saplus 5b below) 

e Totri depoiitt (c e wwt pea di to itew 24^ove) . . »m \. \ 

f. Fedort ^* piatthssed^id aecw*^ »« imder iV«««»»*» »*^^ 

2. Standby letters of ereAtotttttattttag 
5. Time deposits of 81M,000 or mofc 

a. 'Hme certincatei of deposit In denomfawtions of 1 1 00,000 0t mpre j 

b. Other time depositt hi amouou of tUfe.OOO or mew /;'^ 



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' NamsandtideofFreddentorCariiier . ^ km^ 

tupporHHg tchtAdet) is true to tkt b«st of my knou4idgt and btktf, . ajjji/ ta it of f rciiitnT oc X^dOa 

Wt, the undmigMd dineton, «««» tAr c<wr#ct«r« ofthu Rtp^ o/C«mWw (inaumt^mf"^^^*^*^/***^'''^*^*^^ 
btm #««mwfd fcy u* end to **# ***» of our knowttdge and *»W«/» ♦«*«id |^«*.^ 

NOTE.' This rtpvrt mutt bt ttpud by tht fnridnt or CkMtr 0/^ >'<y^P"^ ^ ^.^M^*^*^ J^ 
bank, or if tkirt U no Cathiar by *h0 Trtoturtr mtd attuUd by not 
tut than thrte dkfctort other than the offiter ttfi%ing the report. 

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. RIC^M^ND. VIRGINIA 25219 



ORDER OF PVBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Oftioe of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Viiglate Beach, VA, on 

the 11th day of October, 

1977. 

Allan G. Keller/ 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Carolyn M. Keller, 

Defendant. 

The object of tUs snit is 
to obtain a divorce a mensa 
et thoro from the said de- 
fendant, apon the grounds 
of desertico. 

And an affidavit having 
bera made aad filed that dne 
dlAgence has been used by 
or in behalf of the Ciun- 
Idalnant to ascertain in 
iddch county or corpora - 
ttoo the defoidant is, wiOi- 
out oCfect, the last known 
post office address being: 
1292 Pineeooe Circle, Vir- 
ginU Beach, Vait is or- 

what vAf fi^ neeinsary to 
protect her interest In this 
suit. 

A copy-teste: John V. 
Featms 

By: Patti A. Keentimn, De- 
puty, Qerk 
Kobwt S. Dorsey 
l(ttO Plana One 
P.O. Bte 3508 
mrMk, Va. 23514 

10/10, 10/27,U/S,U/10 
4t 



0R0ER.OF ptiBLICA'nON 

bthd jerk's Offiee of the 

Cirfcait Covrt of the City 

of VirglAi Blaeh, Va. oe 

the Uth dhy of Oddber, 

,1877. 

Marilyn Lomaz Baraer, 

Plilptiff. 

agiUst 

Chrt Coaese Baraer, 

IkleadaBt, 

The objei^ of thte salt 
U^ to obtahi a divorce a 
ylncalo matriBMaii from 
Oe said defendaat, upon the 
grooads of oae year mle. 

Aad SB affidavit havii« 
been amde and filed that 
the deteodaat is a aon-re- 
sident of the State ofVir- 
glida, Oe last Imown post 
office address being: 208- 
J Calboua Towers, Green- 
ville, Sonth Carolina it is 
(ndered that he do qipear 
oa or before the W day 
of December, 1977 and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect Ms interest in this 
SOIL 

A oopy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

^: Patti A. Keendian, De- 
puty, Clot 
SoanieG. Ciiilqr 
402 Riqrster Bldg. 
P.O. Box 8041 
Norfott,Va. 23514 

u i^^ij[l/l% lfi/8«i 11/2 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

btteCterk'sOffifieofthe 

Circoit Court of the City 

of i^rglnia Bea<^ Va., On 

the 11th <ky of October, 

1977. 

EUnrar Todd Newton Lee, 

Plaintiff, 

against, 

Doaa L. Lee, 

Defendant. 

The Object of thU salt 
is to obtain idiiwoe a 
vinculo nutrimoBU from 
the defeadant, qna te 
gRNBMls of seperatioB tar 
more tftaa oae year. 

Aad n^^afOdavit haviag 
bera Budeiad ftedthatttie 
defeattaat is a aoe-reskleat 
of the State of VliglnU. 
the last.kaowB post olflM 
adft«M being: e/o Baaiaa 
Lee, fttiMfTPO, Boa 3SS, 
Pacolet MiUs, South Ctfo- 
Una It U ordered that he 
do mpeKT oa or beftw* tte 
1st day of Decenber. 1977 
and do i^at a^ be aee-^ 
«Hary to |B«teet Us in- 
terest in this sidt 
A oop7-TMte: Jota V. 
PaMr^s 
%: P^tti A. Ke»ehan,De- 

n£^B. Beoer, m 
1^ Vii0iM Btach Blvd. 

VMMa 9ea4. VA 
88m 

VK-l^, tOftl^ 11/3 

otuai OF mrnMAvm 
li ^bi CteiVs tMk «f 
m eiMtt Coniet tte 
G|^ of Virgin Bm^ Va. 
oithelOiday tfOd^er^ 
IIW. 
JasMlta-a^^kia. 



CMSDER OF PUBUCATION 

hi the Clerk's Oftioe of the 

Cirarit Court of fix City of 

ViigUda Beach, VA, 00 the 

Ifth day of October, 1977 

TbnlMS Robert Lassiter, 

Plaiatiff, 

agaiast 

Gandiii Poe Lassiter, 

BefiMaiM. 

The dbject of tUs suit 
is to obtlAi a divorceavlB- 
eulo atatiimontl from toe 
^ defend^, upon the 
IpOHhds of desertiaa and 
abaadoament. 

Aad aa afikiavit hav^ 
ing been made aad filed that 
the (teteadant dne diUgeaee 
his been used without ef- 
tBCt to ascertain toe loea- 
tiaa of defendant, the test 
kaaia post office address 
belBg: 176 Inxpiios Avenue 
Vitgiida Beach, VA 23462 
it is ordered thdit sHae do 
afpear here on or before the 
7th di^ of December, 1977 
aad do vtet may be nec- 
essary to protect her te- 
terestintoUsulL 
A oopy-Twte: J<An V. 
Fentress 

Br. Pattt A. Keenehan, De- 
pii^.Clwk 
Glrlaad M. Uyton 
1510 Pleasure House Road 
PX). Bos 8211 
VUtiaU Beach, Va. 

VB8-10/19, 10/26-11/2 
11/9 -It 



SHOWC AUSE AGAINST 

BisiimtinoN 

imitate: la the Circnlt 
GBBt (tf the dtyof Virginte 



Oetdber 12. 197? 
Ite: WlUtem F. Doyte, 



It aniaariBg teat a rep(^ 
of m aeeoMte of Puler 
J. VMte aadCreer P. Jaek- 
soa, te, Co-AdaUMstra- 
tors C.T.A of the E^te 
of W^aai F. Diyle, De- 
eaMd, aad of tte debts 
Hf ^^ttads ifatest tte' 
edMetubeeafHedtethe 
aarii*sQfnee, aad thrt sia 
lave ri^pMd Man 
aaMltea of 




IT m xmmtm mi 

Qfetitoii 0^ aad^ etters 
iattteMsd la, dii aMide 
rtnr oMS^ ila^tt^cu, 
lit 1^1 ^OuiLhU, ea 
tie dtt d^ af^ wwaber . 
lin, beMtvttis CeiMl tt 
1^ &Mfto9ete apdaal toe 

iter ' ■ '" 

i«at 




It te hirther Ordered that 
the inregaing portion <rf thi » 
Order be puldished on' 
week tor two success... 
weeks In the Virgi|ite Beach 
Sib, a newspaper pnbUshed 
in the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, 
copy-teste: John V. 
Featress, Deputy Clerk 
I ask for this: 
Greer P. JackMR, Jr. 

VBS-10/19, 10/26 - 2t 



CMSDER 

Viiginia: to the Ctetk'BXX- 
fice (rf the Cinwit Court 
(tf the City ot Vtrglria 
Beudi, 00 the llto day (rf 
Oetdber, 1977. 
/In re: Aikiptioe et John 
Gary PMllipe, 
an intent 

Bf: llnmM EngenrFMtu- 
soB and Terry Ann Fergu- 
son, 

Petition«% 
To: Jim Aitams 
(Aattanioga 
Temiessee 
b Chancery «C77-752 

TUs day came Thomas 
Kigene Ferguson and Terry 
Ann Ferguson. Petitioners, 
and reprnented that the 
object of tlds proceeding te 
to effect the adoption of ti» 
above named i^nt, John 
Gary Phillips, by Thmnas 
Eugene Ferguson and Terry 
Ana Fergusra, huritand and 
wife, and affidavit havii« 
been made and filed tiat 
Jim Adams, a nateral par- 
ent of said child (ren), te 
a non-resident of tte stete 
of Virrinia, the last known 
post <s!ice address being: 
OMttaaooga, Tomessee it 
te therefore Ordered that 
tte said Jim Adams qipear 
00 or btfore the 1st day of 
December, 1977 and indi- 
cate Ms attitude toward the 
pnqnsed adoption, or 
otherwtee do what te ne- 
cessary to protect Us te- 
terest te thte matter. 
A copy-teste: Jaba V. 
Fentress, Cteiic 
By: Patti A. Keenehan. p.C. 
Allen J. Gimlon p.q. 
1121 S. Military Highway 
P.O. Box 13336 
Chesapeake, VA 23325 

VBS-lO/19, 10/26, 11/2 
11/11 - 4t 



ORDER 

Virginte: b the Cleit's Of- 
fice jit the Circuit Court 
id tte City xA Virginte 
Beach, on the llto ^y of 
:0BM6fel',' l*?t. 
In re: Adiqition of Anthcmy 
Scott Boolden 

By: CUlton Hurt Shorter, 
Jr. k Judy Ann Bould^i 
Shorter, 

To: Mark Cullen 
Valley Forge Army Hosfd- 
tal 

notaiixviUe, PN. 
b dtencery «C-77-1476 

TUs day came CUlfam 
Hurt Shorter, Jr. and Judy 
Ann Bouldoi aiorter/hus- 
band and wife, Prtitiooers 
and represented that the ob- 
ject of ttis proceeding te to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infant. An-, 
ttony Scott Bauld» by 
CUlton Hurt aiorter, Jr. 
and afllAivit having been 
Btede and filed ttat Marts 
Cnllen, a natural JMrent of 
said diihl, te a non-resi- 
dent of the Stete of VirgiUa 
the test known post office 
address being: Valley 
Forge Anny Hospital, 
Pbo«iixville, PN. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Mark Culloi 
appear 00 or b^re the 
1st day of December, 1977 
and indicate Us atUtude 
toward tte propmed adop- 
tion, or otherwiM do what 
is necessary to protect Us 
interest la ttis nuMer. 
A copy tete: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Pam A. Kemehaa De- 
puty (%fffc 

Robert L. Sinqison,Jr. 
4530 Professiqi^ Circle 
PembnAe Pntfessinial 
Park 

Viifinte Beach, Va. 
23^5 

fBS-10/19, 10/26, 11/2 



OlOiER TO SHOW CAUSE 
VirglUa: 

ta The Ciscait Court of 
the CUy of Vlrgiate Beach 
oatte SttDay (rfOrtob«- 
19Tr 

tattea^tn'of 
I»sMbatten of the E^te 
tfCntiade nomsoe 
C.P. #4611 
IT APPtARIMG that a 
r(9ort of tteaoeoaUs of 
the perw^ r^esMte- 
ttve of onnW}ETKMI- 
am, deeauM, nd of tte 
ddrts aad dMttnte icatet 
the eetete have beea filed 
te tte Cleik's Offloeof tUs 
Coart, aad that sMre thaa 
ste (« BMtts have elap- 
eed sf ace tti (laaificatioa 
of the pttwoMl repre- 
seatatlve. oa mottea of 
First hMerchautsNatioaal 
Bank, Gncartor of the last 
will aad tistaflWBt of Ger- 
trude Thommn deeeese^ 



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latland 



oj «<jaN COATtiii 
Stall Writtr 

l^A ««t mrU, her* com«« the Flatlud Cloggers! 

YatoMfli. flatfwUni aD4 imtUi* all the way. tMft.eMr- 
0Kle fpnm ti tvilvt te«Mf» daacars fitrn CMtifwkf , 
VttfMa Bet<it. Norfolk ami HaaploB plaa to take tlie 
aoofai WorM ChampioMUp, Friday, October 10, at 
FooteM nUi|», Mortk CaroUn. 

n« r'o^^• l«i(i«r and foaodtr, Bob Johiuon, is the 
ivalas bettad tb* fott. He U the one vho driUs. drilU, 

"I du't kMv what yoar problem Is," Johnsoo yelled 
to Us diaeen dnrtof a i^^ pn^ee, "I teatmiU 
to n« ^w aU w0i$. Yov'rt a fura^slofe etogttai l«au." 

AM mtt% m/uSfit. thafa «M t^ are - aadOMitf 
m bMt arouod. AJraady tbey are tht llld<Attafltte Ckanpa 
uA *ne mm Cantflaa Sprtsg Howtaio Chaniw. Aad 
tbqr^ km tamwmm «n»nI N»»^Mtt|>l<>uUp> as wdl. 

Tb» nort uMMhr iiart «f ttM Ctooers atee«M la UhA 
they'll ody ba«i ibadag as a gnMp sine* teaaait. 
MnsoB h^ batb ttaeUat ^oRiac teongh the Chanpeake 
Parks aad ReerMtie* OMtrtn^ sKl had sarcral i^onples 
of adilt <^iiiirs watH M^mtt Westora SqMrt. 

"Th^ lusl 1^1^ lit ia." h* said. "8q I rtsifMd aM 
fol n* teeiM tt^M'.** 

"Tht Mifiaial ^Qipn reaammended friaods, " he re- 
ealtod, "aad aoiMeaAe as ftr as Hampton." 



"W« aisu Md ^e» clogflof mA etar^^mMon," 
cloKiers. Some will even come down from Richmwd. We 



.7h*-lirat ciaas wUt 
held from Z-4iBtb> 
his own speciality," 



siype, 
lofglag 

fid n f' u 



« for ten 



ouw, the Flatlsa 
tfe5 Granfl Wnrfl 



/iigfjii uap, we were ce- 
<:lo|g«d at the Grand 0! 
nd the Flatlaad Clcct 
"^ won't he too far o 



concentrating X 

'T/i twJ flip B-rsH)' 

i group oi 
IwadAd. 
y,}tie 



Seccol^ MmsoB IM two too many flrl* m he foriMd 
a Jiayor taut. Th» Mnior taam is roi^hly ages U . 17, 
or tcMw Vgh sdmrt ac* and toe jwiors consist ol Jimiwr 
hl|h ac*. 

MNtton saU he Iftas to get in thre* aifhtodvaak of 
pnmet, mm hours a aifht. Bid lately, bscaaae of 
iMimm rittriettQM, the Ctooerslmw btea dtteiaf thr«* 
hoirs nwr^Ay iri^ aad four hours on Soday algtts. 
Aad titat doent cowt all the tin* they pat iato lood 
perfnwMces awTcompeHtions. 

th* n^laad ^^Qiiers due* "anthM^e i^toctoa clog- 
1^," aNOTdiat to Jotoison. "We use all tt* «^, old 
flfans we en.ranMBb«r," he said. "WeMettwGeaila 
Haagatoag. BtnHe in the Cage, SpUt tha Aipi*. Dief^ 
to* C^^r, Udy Around the G«d...tt's andiaatte iMWsl- 
aeiaa footwork - IL*^ a folk ti-aditlon." 

"W* also UM toe old monntoin taaes to daaee to," he 
addML "Ciady, Ole Jo* Clark, GaMea 814v»s. We work 
Witt a dmple beat. "Ae down beat is tor toe had or the 
lonter soimd. What «e call the craamental seond, is tor 
toe toe." 

Th» am^ity of Johasoa's elaa^ ^^ertis* cam* from 
aevea tim* World Chanpioe, BUI JHehols. He also stadisd 
eloniaf to Mveral Ikulh On^ta schools • AnpwMtffian 
Stote. INstnra CaroUna aad Fadaaa VlUag*. "There's 
alwiQ^ am* to taar^" he emphasised. 

Aay aaadeur gnnp, like th* Flatland Ckgiers, lave 
BMaey worries. The Ckigg*rs scdratteirflasaefalpMdems 
by seUlag bonper stickers sol candy, or cdtodiiv b*ws- 




lis fHliaad dcggors »fM^ lapMrto^toa. 




*nroa'ri • prtdslea clenlag grmp, 
rMUds hto dne«rs. 



leader Bob Mtosoi 




•Paaeh, don't kick. »» ^ ^(«0»ttt itoir all 



TheCh|i^flfthft<4IBa- 
kM> Road, tirgii^ Beach is 
ha^F to uniwiet o«r Oe- 
dteation Day, Oct^tt- 22nd. 
.^•-a«s^ toOHng aad Ito 
Aaal^bBgs wUlhecoaseera- 
tad, |ad we vrald lOte to 
iayitavymi to |oto m for 

fl tff iD l BBaslPP- 

tiie^wSl be a ftall me- 
starttng with toe dedicaUon 
Ud ikiumfMtHk SMiric* at 
11 a.ai. Umb wm tottow a 
HMto UtodMda nil the 
p<oinds aid the Basaar ct 



our EpiseciMa Chnreh Wo- 
men. Storti^ at 1:30 p.ffl. 
«W be an •«« v<fllc|b^ 
toomameet ftu* toe Tlr^ya 
BaMA putotes and ehiU- 
m's games and activitfes. 
At S p.m. we wffl haT9 a 
iHjnaa Staig, «Mlaa «vea!l« 
l^j^r irtU «ad sac day 4tf 
celebration and toUow^ps. 
PlaJi to onne and spend 
the day (or st toast partollt) 
wito Bs. Bring ^inrlnndiaiKi 
Au^tt - be«*n«es win be 
ftoidshed. 



AFTEITHOUGBT: 
Wwaea are always- ^-, 
torgiva Md target bat — , 
never ft»|d whit theyfor 

gtoal 



to 



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moOOWatt 
AM Ba^ Sloven 




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test our foam betofe eadl job and apply it vnth equipment 
espaciaily dni^Md' by ithe manufacturer to pibduiae 
conriMMt quaHty^d fNiximiiim tnailatiMt v^. We «nnt 
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Wo Do Not Appravo of Hinh Pionuw 
Sriio Itelieo or Lowbdi Pilbbig 

TIm recent emfrtiasis on energy conservation h« attracted 
its dM*r «f Inr mrnover ciwrators into the infutation 
bwML We operate as responUUe biaineKmin with a long 
tarn stake in proper e^iipme^ and factory training. 

Me sell on our merit withcut hard closing, pressure or 
un^listic price offers. Vita went you to be comfortable 
Mrtth our people as well as our product. 

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There are many kin^ cli infni red temperature measuring 
dwioes. Ours is a cC«tly, doted circuit TV moniMr that 
produce Polaroid photOt^ifor your 
evduation and ^iture r^rence. This 
optioruil inspection service pvvides proof 
positive ttwt your foam was oonH>tetely 
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1^^ i am irtttrest^ in having my hoirwasti- 
irwtad while the &itnnrMr Special prkx siAedula 
IS still in effect. 




.Check here tf you «« alio imervstod in 
the acMiticmsl Oo-lt-Yowraelf Dliawnt. 
A repmnitativa will explain it in (totail 
witft n6 c^i^tion. 

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AiKi ji^ as you pay what you owe others, you can |j^ off a 

note to yourself in easy installments. Open a saidn^ 
ru c fKmt at Vir^nla Federal, then each |w^«lay depc^it the 
•iWHiey tha^ belot^s to s^:Unll|« other twtallment plans 
i»H* **\^»iwiwe.^^~tt« put sKHi In the black It's a beautlftii 



VVlisiiilaI«decal ^^ 

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ainia B«ach Blvd. 
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I ■ .«•« footbiU coi<* at K«lluft 

saya, "uur oiiense came tbra tgatet ftiM^a Mm 
wbes it had to, «e didn't look r^ smooth but we stiU 
««o 8I-1«. I Qgurad to win thi^pAe*ah«ttoMor«lirit 
and m did, Ronnie Ferebee iMerceptwl a pass and ran 
'75 nirds for i touchdown. Jaae Smltt Kicked a ffUd fnl 
in the aeeond quarter and aadOMT te the third qfoarter. 
Rwnini tiack Jefl BliiMs m^e aa 10 j«rd tO rw in 
tM Idarth, Jimmle Jaekso* caugtt a i»ss fnnn Quarter- 
blfik Jo«) Ellrd tor forty yards. They came thru when 
they had to." 

Defense: Aceordjag to Coach CoiAe, "Our dtttense did 
a tremendous Job. Rouile FercriMe was ontstaaffias en the 
defensive sqwd, Ronnie Palmer, Karl Foremtt and JUmar 
OiffM aU iMd nine ta(^M. Hoi fl^ton and Mfer Laa- 
Otater also dM good ^. VaUy Brown bloftot hro 
paaaea. Manriee JToe^A also had a good game. 

lUqrs^to Victery: Coach Co(dM says, "Cox is good,m 
have to nt a tmt pass rash goittgaadwehaveto^ep 
Ihair f««niq|. game. If we beat ttem we've got the Beadi 
ttt)e s«w«A, up. We bat Princess Anne to cUneh at least 
a tie, if we beat Cox it's aU over, we'U have the title." 



Onpoaents: Kdlam 
Places Cox, Homecomtiii 



Cox 



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Offense: Coach Al Uiblt says, "We did real well against 
.KempsvQle, we beat fbnai 20 to 6. Jim Baydn our quar- 
ttriiack had ^oot 200 yards >ssiai, three of ttose 
pa;^ were for tonchitowns. Willie &mA iaA 29 carries 
tor m yards. Ray McClqr and Reggie Garr^ also had 
fWcUent games. Willie Snead also cau^t a screen pass 
m nada a tt yaid toucMow piay/' 

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^Defense: Coach WAt goes on to say, "Hugh Boidricks, 

TioM Jeoes, Itark Woodhoose, Jtf Snyder and Jeff Samders 

,aU had a good ali^ agatast len^p»m». We played rol 

TInU; 1 1hMk wrhadtem hald ^eU until the last qnarter 
whm we put in the second team." 

r 

^Keya to Vld<Kyt Ml*mth^'4Mm^t^^ .f^fl^m-^-^^ 

. no way we can matdi Ketlam man <n mn, we havea ^mall 

tana and tmy are very |hyU«l- Tbey'v* baaten everyoM 

in tie B«a«h. To win m have to out aaanhver Uiem and 

open them up." 



Oppooerts: MyndnriUe 

PlMe: todd Stadium 

iMpt^b fiiM Colonial Coadi Kraak Webster spaakiflg of 
ia^^VMk'iivfana^^iaftM Booim f. WasiriagUNi saya, 
^'ita lad a ^«tty vbA ofbinive pme, we beat them 
MkO. JBaUback Fenmndo ForbM i^tned 197 yards in tw 
carrlci and made ttirce tooehdown's. FaUbadc James 
JUnnan gained MO yarte in nine carries.: Buty Rnst 
iataMd U2 iwds m panos and M yarda nakdg, he alao 
pade a toodidowa." 

^«Bs«: Coach Wri>ster says, "We held tiiem to sU 
fiUta, and thqr only acored against ^ second \)»m 
^to in tte tost qurter. Don Phil4». nor mMdte guard 
Iple 4even iatfMdaal taehlM and ttree aairiuds and he 
piB't even play the whole game. Dtfnaive end Mark 
is also had a good game, \» recovered a crucial 
Dtfensive^ badt ton GiUUand had a good a^ 
IP pant retara and pass defense. 

1^ to Vict(»7: AMording to Coach Wtiister. "Myneh- 
vlUe has a good team, they beat last yor's state ctem^ 
giflu, Bethel. 1^ have also beaten otl^a badly, ithey 
|ve scored well on Jast tfwnt everyone tt^'ve idajwd. 

win we jast have to oirt score them., the game will 
^^deddad 19 vhoflwvet the baU th* best." 




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ByllARKGROV^ 

<Mj four points separated the wimer form the losers 
in the overall ampetltion in the riding shows heldaU 
through the summer at Princess Anne Pait. The lady 
Oiat ended up with those four »tra pdnts, and the tnqihy. 
was Tifwffv Mrs Alma If ills M Cli#iWP«^k'» *Tmn *tv 
&» was "Really getting iwrvoas there towards tte end. ' 
She iras jdesMd to win anyiny it wMtt. Bytborpt^ts 
m- forty it's stiU winning. Alma aUI her horse Aintche 
have won that competition for two yeara runidag now. 
Dcmna Ifadzmacher asA Julie IfcClMay t^me in seconi 
and turn. 



AlnM says she tas loved horses ever since tiiecan 
remember ud las owned one stoce she was about eight 
years old. Aiiacte, who is 17, is about cdd enough to 
have been that ftrst horse and is one of the first that 
die has owned. Alma entered her first eoxAi^ when she 
was about ten and has been ccmipeting in one way or toe 
other ever since, she also works in the Idghly competitive 
field <A modeling. 



Ainu says most of the eventa wera short ^staa» 
manueferaMUty and speed evMts sach as barrid racN. 
IlK five riiows were heU throug^MMit the summo- and 
qnosor^^ tte AtUmtlc Saddle Clab. 

Aaothn- of Alma's interests is bvtaing horsM, Ae 
oms MM horse namad Sagittarius, becMme both de uid 
her Imaband are &^tarians, he can answ^ the ptane, 
pMh a baby carriage, couat, answer yes ud no <ineMx»s, 
do smne fmcy hi|^ stepping and many other tidags. all 
things that Alma has taught him. Sagittarius is a trick 
ahow hMve Oat Alma takes around to various functions, 
audi as the N^ime Festival Youth erents day, and Irirth- 
day partiM for childrett whei^ they actually put on a whole 
IMrepared show, they also give the kids rides. Alma hopes 
to someibiy be aUe to quit her f^U time job at the Ford 
nl»i»t and ♦w«t Ho ^i*vw« "HthI such with hPf horcws 

You mi^ get a chance to see Sagittanos somettme soon 
on the tid>e, CAP Tdephone Company is interested in 
having iilm answer die pbcne on one of their commercials. 

Alma is interested in doing more shows and if you or 
your group have u> event or a birthday party coming 19 
you might give her a call at 482-4^1, who knows, maybe 
Ssgittarius will answer. 



Sagittarius, die trick horse, shows oft another of his tricks 
untying hinuelf from a hi|jBhinK post. Trainer Alma Mills 
says she wishes she hadn't taught him Oiet om, he keeps 
untying himself and following her around. 








^ _. ^^,A^ ^ ^im s ,, m wmm H^m nifm^.m t^ m^ sagutatM 

(Uft)pMlAfaelia. il* 




Give us a call, Sagittaric: mi^ answer. You may get to 
see him do this trick on a TV commercial sometime soon. 



It's true love, trick horse Sagittarius gives trainer j^tea 
Mills a aort of slon>y Uss. 




wBrrniG about $mmn 

By ANDY WSS. WNOR BpoM^ 

llilla Aady Ross wrtting about sports 

1^ MU trying .. ,- -, -^ 'fearless" predictions 
pr ^ mirreot HFL season. Since I made tbosepre- 
4i^MH Hveral weeks ago the season " ' ^ ^ 
MfflMias been piled npon aavrg* 



Andy Ross on sports 



KATWSAl, CGWFEREKCE - CENTRAL 

Unlike last smsou the Tamim Bay Buccaneers will win 
at least one game - bat as yet I cannot pess the name 
(4 V^ victiDKs}. With Antoony Davis and Ricky BeU 
'Maqw Bay will tevelc^ an awesome running attack in 
«veral f^ra, ow:* m trifenstve line can te found. There 
are good yonqr raeeinra (tte (rectos son indudM) but 
no qoartertack to (KNUrt oni tte Buccaneers lost two po- 
toMlal sUulers (hriag iffe-sMSW. The def^w tas some 
nrt^rtial and irtll denlcy as tte SMSon goes m • but 
it has a |pBg way to go. Don't expect much here for sev- 
eral yet^ bMtttse this team is very yomg and inex- 
Perieo 

^e Gnm B19 Hticers can x^ iqpMve,'^ W» 
HA IsJM^iA^, nttre are ^ masviu^ |wMHia 
ttat a few titonled v#ttus and a good nxftie draft will 
idmi^y Mrt ^i^ tte answer. Dicky am be gcMd (givM 
adequate muMtthjn). Odom and Payne cait catch, 1^ 
Qkrrell »ill dewtiip into a T:nc •••nr.cr 

Brocklng' « «;one and they have no com^tfaUe 

te^illCeUiebt ■ - uvlettae lo uemii inauc uici, ual t^U. 

B devakipi tb* unit will be porous and lose some^lw- 
iUe don* fiBtf, The lahedule is fai^ ^ut GreM*Bay 
fUl ootwlamanr 4-8 



The Detroit Lions are a team always inromiKinf inrt 
naver really producing. The offense seems quite ci^lde 
of scorii^ points. LatMlry is not a great qoarbtback but 
can be effective when he gets protection (som^hii^ he 
did not get last Ma«»}. At best tte runitfng ritoA Ims 
potential - but without bloddng tte potential may nerar 
be mlised. Hill, Jarvis, Walton, and lenders ara a 
fine recdvttg corps, and Debroit will score most of its 
polids in tte air. 

The defense, on the (Mh^ land, can be tough -but 
it is porous most of the time and wIU allow (^^wents 
to score c^n. There is also a Mi^kms Uddng ^oUem 
10 dose pmes iriil generally not be won. At best a 
7 - 7 season. 



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The burden <tf tte attedc Mis on aa excell^gronp 
of running hades - the magniflcant Payton atong 1^ 
biper, Mi^, and Earl. The defense led by Chambera 
should be good (almys toui^), Imt so far it las allowed 
naK»^ poiitfs ttan a eontaito shouM. 

If the pasdag Mtadc h^vns Chingo cotM^UldmllM^ 
lUuMMiote Mr the titft - and, U not. a9-S«ea8oais 
^1! a possfUU^. 

The MiMesote Vikiags are a large IF! B Tarl^«ton 
inxxhices - It tte specteeutar Foreman tai't overworked 

- li the great reeeivwa <White and itashanl^ suy hMitty 

- if age doesnt ovtrtate the detaise - iftteysngw 
pbyera work into tte Um-vp (piickly «oo^ - if Bad Oml 
omiM 9 Witt smut tauginative mcHnento. fo fkr On 
WmmfAM pKMem l*ema to be smriag pi^tt. If tte 
atiMMttfw attack gelt tnd tte defense hcdds toge^r, tte 
YIA«s may baat oat Chicago wltt a 10 - 4 necnd. 



In a revisiw (rf my earlier prediction rm^'nowpMlng . 
tte Cidi^i«o Beara to fi^ih Ma»d in the' CeAl Div- ^ 
idoB. My rMBOii shodd be ^vlous: the Bears, after 
several pwes, teve dMi ato(^ nothing to corVect th^r 
^auiry ^Mem - a ewsl^ert pasMf attack. 

Ite racetvtag mt^ is a gool one witt Baiter. Baidtt^ 
la^, 8ci^ Mrt Laita • but adttecPhivps nbrAvelttr 
iow wtmM capable of getting tte ball to ttan dtM enou^. 



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3MEE II," willdi BJ recently Joiotd, plays 

aw "country music." but "Cnmtry Conlbrt" 

Towd nuUer It wasn't just a CHOW, It «ts 

U's mother was just leavitf, 

.. I II it .^ iier SOB, the pianist" rtnalacd 

'Ad left him —no, not cbtcken so«|> (sone- 

•s Jewish penieUliB)— Iwt a bac of Htralwy's 

oriate for he was born on Valentine's 



r- jau fan my age doiag there? 
in acuiuon to wntsm hwi-d good things about "SIIEE 11" 
I wanted to see tiri hear my old Driver Ed pupil from 
P A flv«» v«»n "Ms Tounr man hftil i»T»»»r»^«»^ •«« 

greatly back U»u ..ui his adult conversation, penetrating 
wit, composing sou playing, itni sho«kbts ambitions. He 
wutfd BO ttMc bHildiag «d iikiHrcssive Ust of hroaideastlng 
crsdtts: annouBcer for several stations including WPOG; 
raineraman at WTAR: pprformor tvn Bwkv Mvas's show 
and Connie's Magic Cottage; producer of award-viaaug 
films, as well as commercials that have been seen widely; 
Biaiager ^ a statiOB is Nortii Carolina; eompoMrof aoond- 
tracks; and you might recall his 26 hour piano nuntboo 



college but could not pass up the ^n avorlte 

group, which he feels is on the verge < 

When I first spotted him on hif as 

amaaed at his million dollar bee: 60% Woody Allen; 
30% Grancbo; 10% Sammy Davis. With his combination 
of talents he could become the Victor Borge of Rock 
Piano. 

It was 00 surprise when BJ's uncle, Nat Liederman 
(the eatarer) told me months ago that BJ is a second 
cotttiB at Charlie "The Topper' S<iihneer...for both possess 
fibcUe fingers and scimitar wit. What a comedy team 
they'd make: BJ is wild-haired, mustadUoed, and « foot 
''. • -jjhing in at 160. Top is 30 years older, nearly a 
Ami ahorter, basMted, and derived his nickname ft-om 
belht Kojak'd at BJ's age; be is one of the few males 
Tve heard other heteroseiual males describe as "cute," 
being a cross of several of the seven dwarfs. Oddly, 
BJ hasn't even heard Top pUy. fbr Top spent maeh of 
his career ia Washington. I assured BJ that Top is one 
of the finest pianists in the world. If that isn't eno<«h 
talent tor one family, you'll often see the name Charles 
SOaeer as the dlreetor-produew of movies; tlw fUm 
flMCttl is called "ChucUe" in tfce family, to distinguisb 
him frm Top, his first eoosis I believe. 

Bassist George Crowllag is the leader of "SIIEE H." 



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wcrinja a; hoj 
End prevt 

Drumml 
Lake T«»i' 

Haw 
guitar iUK: 
is a tennis 

Jim Dur 
lead-guitar 
highligbts 

It To The ^tr«ttt«." He au 
selves, sbarnt maov a smilr 

The guy; 
lUrmar 
the wa:> 

They drew record crowds at ail the JoUy Oien (well, 
that's the plural isn't it?) and sold 200A ^<^*ti«« i^t ih.^ir^ 
record there. They are now tourlog the nat 

Pour years ago, Crowliag and Zieglebein louaaeoi a am, 
hence the "11".. .but the "SMEE" cones from "Z and 
Me"...alt«red to "SIIEE" after the Peter P«aeharact< 

They intend to make it big. How can theynlsswi^» 
all that talent plO^ John Denver 00 one endaodWoodv 
Altea on the other? 



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iviemory wiii remain 



A Top 1 Superstar ^®' '^^''^ ^*"' "^"^^^"^ 



Bv JOAN COATES 
jtaif Writer 

It almost slipped right past me. 
As I was sorting throvgii the mdtttade of maS 
ttat pours dally into the Sw mem, I dM a doobM^e. 
Did I rMd that light? Itried 1^. 
EaeloMd is revised pbotogrtt^ of T<y Tn FUf^tive 
Charles Lee Herroo. 

Stupified, a miUton questtes raa ttrotHi 49 1^ 
at one*, tmut did he do? WhM ms hetelMAi? 
Is he Miiected to be in this area? b he iUtmmA 
TlHf^ say curiosity kills the cat, M tirts eift woiU 
rather have her curiosity killed ttan to run tato 
ICr. Itrroii oae Virgiaia Beach b^ aot kaoi^ 
haw hSKt OB thBt presliciou list. 

As a child weaned ob tlie "F.B.!.* uA Wienm 
ZlMalist. Jr., I decided to call ray lonl F.B.L 
mm. After speakfof to five diftereet peofte. I 
ttiBUy talkad to Agent Boyle. 

M^ away Agent Boyle put my mtad at mh. Be 
surnised the reason the SUV had Mcelv^ a *i%- 
vlsed photograph", was becavse it had bees tea jretrs 
atact HerroB aUegsdly eoaiaiftted the crime. Tea 
years? Somehow, I thought, it sure took the F.B.I, 
a )«t ttmtto get that ijMmn^- . . 

According to Boyles. Herron was one of five men 
involved is the sirring cf two poliee offiesrs ia Jaa* 
aary of 19g8 in HasbvUIe, Tean. Tkere im a IManl 
wurraat issued in MdMUe chai^^ag Urn with ualaw- 
M fttghA to avoid prasawutioB fat milder and aa^ntt 
with iBteaA to commit murder. 

A fellow you'd be glad togettokaow-Ute^iniiii^ 
HerroB? The proUcm Is, he's got iau» orHMMS. 
V yoB ever meet a black male with tfaMgto«m, 
abdut 40 years old, height somewtaen b^mcft Sve 
loot seven iactes to eight iBches, who«ttwmai> Mch 
IS as Blood. Geocgs, Larry or Slarty, be iMvy. 
could be deaUng with a Top Tea Fi^ve. 




Charles Lee Herron 



R^ubn^um niMt 



The Vir^ata Baach Be. 
IsMleaB OfyOwaMsawill 
Met A %m 9.11. Wf« • 
day, 0<^ober », IW, at 
Life Fateal SMngs aqd 
ioaa A»ocWtloBrmB«MgMty 
Room, ttUtop. LuMBitaul. 

The m^or ai^A item 
^m belmwad «aideacy 
of oi^pi^ dknte by vifl- 



Ranween is a busy time 
of ]war for the Parks and Re- 
orisation Department in Vlr- 
gMa Beach. In tact, all ages 
v^ have some type of hoU- 
<kjr activity available for 
ttm to attend. Young and 
oU alike can join in the Am. 

A followoea "Spook Out" 
will be held at the Virginia 
Beach Recreation Center 
Sitttnky, October 29 at 2 
P.M. The "Sktook Out" wlU 
be lor pre-tMns(<-12 ymm) 
in the teen lounge (^ tte 
Ceirter. Be pr^ared for the 
hnrted hovm and s<arey 
mode to be titowa lathe teen 
lon^. CteeilltiiMdfigtjraQr 
most ori^nal. ftmilest, and 
best eo^Mie Ah- Judgihg. Al- 
so ttat ttreidag tnmi 7 p.m. 
to 9 p.m. the teeas (13-1? 
yaan) wlB be havlag a na- 
lowe» I^rty alM ia thetera 
touage. 

A fecial aMvl^ lor tte 
SUutlay niitJQ^ ftfc.,th» 
mitaUy BBMdsd iwtlt ^ 
anvday, ommrW «i» r ^p-"' 
P.li, at the Vtr^Bia B«a<k 
ReeroatfoB CteilMr. Fhmi U 
a.m. to 3 p^., ti» cWb^ 
ate partldpate In ttls |vo- 
gram iriU enpigelntelto- 
weea pmes aad^ivlties; 



Duriag the week of October 
24, all the afterschool play- 
grounds will be eelebratii^ 
by sponsoring halloween par- 
ties at various eltmeatary 
schools in Virginia Baach. 
Horrible Halloween parties 
will include pmes, contests 
and refrwalmeats. Also dur- 
ing tUs wea, ehlldreftonthe 
pliyiroanas sad througbout 
the city will be aacounged 
to participate In the Ift aa- 
anal Pnnpkln Oitest to be 
JMgwl at Penteoke ilaU, 
SMntey, (^olRK- 19, 0»- 
tact jmt ibcil^fbMrsekool 
iNiiygrowd for Malls. 

FlBBl^, a Bvw enrent for 
Hds Bdlovcea httUay wlU 
be hi^iliiag atMMmtTrash- 
more Itet (top of hill), Oc- 
tober 31 from 4 P.M. to S 
RM. with FnakMSlalB as 
graad marshall, loUomd I9 
the Kempsville High Pep 
Bead the parade ol bobgob- 

t«9atMM«itar#lV««B g > < iiWi >< 

PlsBSe ooatacttteVliviBla 
Beach DepJartment of Parts 
sad RacreattoB at 40l-4iM 
or tlw Virginia Beach Re- 
creaUon Center at 499-12«l 
lor informatiOB. 



lite memory 01 Mary add 
Gkwin will be honored at 
the Virginia Beach Campus 
of Tidewater Community 
College through a student 
loan fund being established 
by her fellow workers and 
fiicttlty members In her 
name. To date the And has 
received $824 in contribu- 
tions. 

lis. Gowln was killed 00 
September 26, in a tragic 
aatOBMbile accident at the 
eotraace to the college 00 

t>r{n'*^<:« fnn» Rnnd. Marv 



Ann bad worked closely with 
students for two years in 
the Placement and Coopera- 
tive Education OfQce. She 
assisted many students in 
finding Jobs and prnttioos in 
the cooperatlive education 
field. 

The loan Aind will be re- 
volved continually and 
through the genettslty aad 
concern of tlie ICQtmj^- 
ees, the memory of Mary 
Ann Gowin wiU remain at 
TCC indefinitely. 
MMMMMMMili^ 



Yoiir Feet 



'Sailor of tha Quartar' 



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at Hilltop 



C Kathy Keeaey has epoed 
a black aad wUte 1*^0- 
ipapldc show at Mutaal Fe- 
iaral Savings Md Loaa's 
Jlttilop Morth office ia Vir- 
iMa Bseeh. The dhow, tit- 
M "The Udles and Grain," 
.irftl rua throughoBtfiWBMafii 
^October. 

■^ Miss Ksnney, a utive ei 
thesapsaike, Va., is a gra- 
doate of Daytooa (^mamdty 
ipollegt, Daytooa, Florid 
fhere she studied photo - 
p^i^. Jh» hase^Utetfhn- 
PKfe feifilqrtaM, Ftorfdind 
l» OriMMl Be^ MomorW 
SaUwy teOraMai^Flei^a., 
$ Rom tar ttv Anr at Ito^^ 
»ri Feiwtf's HMipMfth 
il^, UMb tout areCrma 
9 a.m. mm S p.m., Moa- 
^ OMi^ "Mmday aid 
ikam. aiMtpm. «Fri- 



com^ to the Beach 



He di^artmeat ol Parks 

Id B«<»a4pa of UM City of 

Bi»eh's porlMrm- 

arts uiMt aanoaaeas tte 

of William Stakes- 

« "Tfemlag of the 

"^ Am "ShaksapeaM 

f tte ^ Cofl^avy" itt I 

on dctoktr tl. This 

a IMt JDliKtav sf this 

A kr hepod H^ IMS 
n# iriU ta tfaiB dsN^ 

bad to nm froK O^ber 

Bl ttoootfi Oelster 30 irtfli 

tmm mittMS OB Saiay, 

Oetobor 13 nd tti H. Car- 

b^ ttme lortteewatagpwr- 
kWCMtoaftiPJLam- 

diy mBttaeos are ^ I P JM. 
Att pninmaaKs are fire*; 

$wr nservatlQK are 
revrirwi aad i^U be teU 
1» tMM pld(-^ till ?:« 
OB tte ev^ag m the 

■wd pnf«rBMM Md 
2;# Mr tts 




tone partettu^. M^ra 
tions may be Mde bf tete- 
pinaiag tte VUi^Bia BewA 
Rteraation CmtK'. 100 
Mbamouth i4Me, ViqpUa 
Baach, 4M-12II. 

1%e ntf e (4 P^nchlo is 
li^BgpiayadbrwUiamaa- 
soa, a Btweomw to fiw arra 
fitn Los Mgel^ Katfirya 
Stroose, wAo it w^-feBO*u 
to tte TIdiwate Raf^o^ Is 
portswftlg KMHolaa. k^- 
dad iatteeastlsiassVfr- 
^te Beacft. Carol SaslHe. 

Gm7 Rale is tte produe* 
Hea dw^[asr, itt eostMBas 
^ Mary EUn Arowa. Tte 
toeteical ttrecta* tot ttie 
tltcm is Tom Magee. 

TttB^ of tte 8hr«« tt 
uadsr ttedire^gaolttewy 
OwhMdi, wtedbm^adtte 
Ml^ sbmsmM "reaim 
llMtot" proAM^B of A>- 
laMiw Utb0lbm Saagiffl, 
uMift «ai nropmriiag Anr 
tar tte recTMttoa c^er 



Baaeh youth 

skataboard 

champ 



Thomas U» Fmd, a Vlr- 
glBla Beach youth, wcd file 
J^iM- bofs slalom eompe- 
tittoB Satorday, October 1 
at tte se<Mad sbbwI SKA- 
bo Eastern aMebqard As- 
M^atiOB. f^mpfoh sMpa 
heM ia AMwy Pai1i*^R«r 
Jer^. 

Tmi was gi^m his tro^y 
lor pMtt^ tte best ttaie 
In tte t-to-U yaarH^ cM- 
^«T t9 JmkQp Joo Wal- 
cott. tte aettg Itaw Jws^ 
^te CommlartowB' of Ath- 
Mes, la « Mi«B0i9 ^ tte 
Casino Aruoa SkatAoard 
Park. 

Five taateod dat^oard- 
sfs from » st^w partf- 
dlpMed la tte uMmt C4»- 
pMttoa OBOetoterlaadCkt- 
oberttettei^^akitfe. 
board lourMmvrtMttoEast 
Coast tiris ywr. Mrofes- 
sicMl daMboanktrsfnmlS 
state ompeted tot mjm 
ia pise mmej last fatm*- 
day. Obiter S. 



Yemnan Second Class Ed- 
wahi W. Morris has been 
selectnl as tte Sailor of the 
Qwrtv at tte Fleet Com- 
tet Ttaining Center, Atlan- 
tic, Dam Neck, Virginia 
B^chi'lor tte tetober to 
December ^mrter of 1^17. 

Ass^ed to tte iMtaniiAs- 
trative d^rtiawt for tte 
last ttree ywn, Ylt2 Mor- 
ris serves as tte admlnls- 
trative services leading Pet- 
tj Officer. 

Petty Officer Morris has 
served as tte coach of Dam 
Neck's varsity softball team 



for the past two seasons and 
has participated in several 
Tidewater softball touma- 
meat^. Petty Officer Morris 
has also received letters of 
appreciation andcommenda-< 
tlw IM- his Mtstoat^ aA' 
nlnMmtive p^ormaace. 

^ H year-^ aatf ve ttf 
Ba^ud, WMt VtrflBla, i«- 
sMn m Viit^nia Bm^ win 
bis wife ^riU and tJ^ 
sons. He atUnis emntag 
classes at ndewater Cfwi- 
munity CoUi^, iter* te Is 
majoring in tasiawsAd- 
minlstratloB. 




by Dr. Jay I. Tischler, Podiatrist 



The ingrown toenail 



tagrowB towaUs usually dcm't grow in. Wtet roiUy 

^ens te ttet tte flesb mrrouittBg the mil Isfomd 

so ctose againM tte sUes of tte nail ttet tte mUl ttun 

to te grow^ into tte flrah. j, ,, ,. ,.^ 

Ite advlct' A»* - tens ~ta«i^Mi^y|tllMWH^ 
to te to cut a iwdge out c^^ ^^^p M^ft 

ttowy was ttet tte mU wmM grow to tte om^« 

tte piassure at tte sMes. HopeAiUy this thooff l^beea 

pot to nst atong wltt many <Mi«r ffl«ttcal mytts. 

A Bail grows str^;^ f<n-mrd ftt>m an um otlled tte 
wmixit. Ite HatHz is midn- m eotlcle wten tte Mil 
ittaeftM to tte nail bedasitpvwslorinrt tr(m te mi^rlx. 
Tte nil bed appears normally at tte pink area stewing 
timMgir tte laifor portion of tte nail. The white part at 
tte aalt, tte put jnw cnt^ is tte free end ttet tes grown 
byroad tte nan bed. 

Tte naU giwws from tte matrix to tte free edge in from 
130-160 Agrs. U tt» naWis aboormal. no <me can pradict 
tte rate of groutt. "Hk^ abaormal nails might ta ttlek, 
crusty, cumd under or teitUe. These oddly shaped nails 
might curve inward w tte sides and grow dtr^tly into 
ttenallbed. 

Ingron nails aivear most often on tte big toe, but might 
also affect tte smaller toes. Ttere are many dlifdHBt 
am^ a ingrown toe nails. Some of which are improperly 
fitting shoes and steri tight hosiery. One of tte main 
QMSMt bMMes improper cuttiog and plcUog at ones aalls, 
is tti way we Auetton as we walk. Most of tte time our 
CM are aot fiuetloi^ng properly and we tend to teve 
j^nre forced by tte foot rolling to the inner side and 
pntes ftm flesb at the sides tight against tte nail. 

M^ pe<9le cause tteir own nail problems by cutiing 

tte aaltt Impraperiy. going into the nail grooves. If tte flesh 

is ae^Oly pen^rated by tte sMe'M tte ittU,^.^M|^ 

are grett ttet an infecttM wUl occur. N(4 Mlyi^tte 

te hot, but ytw or ycmr <fo^or nay flmi ^ tt tUi 

groove. 

U yw suspect an infection, tte foot should te soaked 
h^warm water for 10-16 minutes at a time, twice a day, 
til jKw can see your doctor. 

Almwt always when a patient attempts to go down iattf 

-! nail groove to cut away part" of tte nail, ttere are 

ieules of nail shaped like fish books, ttet cut into tte 

l«tt. When cutting your nails rememter to cut strain 

tte top wittout going into tte nail groove, unless 

doctor tes told youotterwlse. Don't attempt to cut 

ly tte aides of tb^ nnii whutttor nr nni v<)u tre tevlng 



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Edward W. Morri: 



Low Monthly Pti^mt tt^ to $ Y^ri 



Carpentry, roofing, siAng, room 
dows and doors, plastortmr, 
plamUag gutteriog, nmmk^^ 
brick and Mock work,^HH| 
carpettag aad paiatinr "-^fifflf* 

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WOVte The Last Child' 1971 Michael Cote, ^n rtsflin. 
'■n a future time. iW flovernment issuM 1»i ««lki jyhich 
limits a family to orte child. Couples' flr«t ehW #rt tnd 
'>i«v «xn**rt annthur the aovernment eonslcMrs Ml the 
second child is lll^al and woman is Im^aoMd. ^ Kr. w 

a AS Wk »bfc M m Portland, Ore.. Hmlslxjrg. Ifii., and 
cago, high school students examine asp4Kcts of 
desegregation including runiors, cultural Sffi(Mm end 
ethnic history. 
"ILOVELUCY 
CROSS WITS 

oneENOROcei 

MACNEH.-LEHn0! f^om 

GOMERPYLE 

ADAM 12 

t10a,«n NAME7HAT TUNE 

MUPPETSSHOMf 
, CNCK CAVETT SHOW Actreav Vanessa Redgrave 
iscusses hef rote In the new movie 'JuHiu' 
•HOeAN'SHnOiB 



«:00 O OOCW TIMES ' WUKmm ttm Spy OepartnMi«ttor« spies 
Mr. ft^fs ar«j Mtas Johrtion introduce new employee 
WMtowio thef B«fwus trade 
|| Wt iVf AND TIIK8 f»<mmy /&m a sears 
tM' When Ben, thegiizziy. roams far fram Ma Mr M gats 
a few Mrprtsef , inctiNlli^ an ei^counter with an Mian 
mMicirw iiMn aiid a iMid ride oh a runavwi^ ctwered 



SI eSMT « ENO^M 'I Quit' Tom Bradfortl resigns as 
her when tils cAHdren accuse him of running the family 
HkeMnarmycMloon. 
#TALKMOr 
J/ Wpy OIH I I IIH SHOW 
k9B'p|MiniN9G0OK After meeting Jackie's ex-boyfrtend, 
iJtmf vHuMa 10 Im^rass tier aomehow, so he i^rees to let< 
^jftfmtd set up a giony ftoht that he can win . 
li WOeCMHAi PUmmm The Rise of Minna Nord- 
mom' ewwems a ciiifty parlor maid in f>rohibitlon-era 
HoUywKMd who has designa on becoming a movie star. 
The key te twr pM lies In the lack of liquor on the night of 
a m«ri« mogul's spectacular |Mrty-and what lengths the 
h<Mt wWgo to In c«cf«r to get aome. 

tOQRiSPAYttfBM 
im <m msmoAt mmr moviis 'Knier eiite- 
5 Jwnes Cten, filbert Duvall. A company that 



speclaiues id assassmatiuns «inu otlter iiieuai vici,. ..-> 
hired by the CIA to protect a Chinese political activist 
during his stopover in San Framsisco. (2 hrs.) 

fl THE Oi^QON IRAN. An Army deserter places Andy 
orpe lngr«ye danger when a search party attempts to 
hunt him d^n after Andy aids In his escape. 
nOfAf«^6 MM^UThe Angels and Bosley infiltrate a 
Fiony UFO club suspected of doing away with wealthy 
memt>ei9 after tjridng their monay. 
O GREAT PERFORIMNCES 'f^gliaccl' Filmed for 
tetevislon at the La SoMa C^sera House in Milan, Ruggtero 
Leoncavallo's popular opera stars Jon VMl^ers, ^ina 
Corsi-Kabaivanska and Peter GIossch} in tw;(^ory of an 
itinerant clown who discovers that his wife has been 
unfaithful. Herbert von Karajan conducts. 
ffl 7<0O CLUB Guests: Australian evangelist Or. (Sordon 
Powell, singer, Alvis Barnett. 
10:00 m ma HAWAU 'Red Midnight' When Mitch, a newly 
licensed pilot, takes his father up for a look at the Ma^na 
Loa volcano, the plane develops engine trouble and Mitch 
crash lands the craft just as the crater starts to erupt. 
® BAMETTA 'Lyman P. Dokker, Fed.' Tony Baretta, trying 
to Mlve a murder and recover a priceless emerald 
necklace belonging to an oil sheik. Is teamed writh an FBI 

asnt who is not what he appears to be. 
AN^^)NE R3RTENNY8(m? 'Thomas Hardy's Wessex' 



fTHEfKX^ 
OttMiMS 
C^mHA 
•ME CBS IX 



_^ LATE MOVIE 'Hawaii Flve-0' A top govern- 
ment official is kidnapped and $1,000,000 worth of 
dian%}nds is demanded as ransom. Crime Knows No Age' 
ig73 Michael Ryan. A bus accident kills a man with no 
identification who was carrying a case with |2.000>000. (R) 

PT»«TONIQMT SHOW Guest host: Delia Reese. 
8TARSKY AND HUTCH4«Y8TERY OF THE WEBt 
ARSKY AND HUTCH - Terror on the Docks' Starsky 
and Hutch try to nail the dockworker who killed an un- 
dercover officer. MYSTERY OF THE WEEK - 'Mr. and Mrs. 
■ and the Magic Studio Murders' John Rubinstein, Lee 
Kroeger. A dead man's secret haunts a group of 
magicians. (R) 

ei MOVIE 'Dakota' 1945 John Wayne, Waiter Brenpan. 
Open spaces, an elopement, a $20,000 tfwft, a land war, 
and crooks trying to burn out wheat farmers. 
1:00 m TOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Guest: Frank Yablans, 
wmer Paranrount Picture^ President. 

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I nCk VANDYKE SHOW 
1:10 BGBSNEWS 
INEWS 

_ 'Most Dangerous Man Ailve' 1961 Ron RamWI, 

... Pa^et. Condemned though Innocent tiwn, fleering 
.... bw wanderis into cobalt bomb QxploiMon. Surviving, he 
discovers Ms body ttimlng to steel and rats out to g« ttie 
man vrtwframedhlm. (IHr. 30 min.) 
fl^ 'fi MIE SEE IT Highlights from previous programs 
expiorf the many tec^s of school desegregatton as ae«n 
f romtt«s student \Hewpoint nattonwlde. 
fflllSyVIUICY 
7M fiCROSSWlTS 

fGROCER 

L-LEHRER REPORT 

IQOMERPYLE 

IA0AM12 

IPRlCEfSRiGHT 

iFAMILYfiUD 
^ DICK CAVEH »K3W 'Responslblll^ In the Press* Part 
1. Guests: James Bfa«J^| Msociate puWIaher pf ttw New 
York Post, Tom Wicker, associate editor of The New York 
Times, Ben Bradlee, executive editor of the WashinQton 
Post, and CBS Newsjjresident Richard Salant. 



tH^MIN'SHEROGB 
TNi WAL'TONt As lAtortd War 11 looms. Jason meete a 
(f^etertous British girt wften the family spends a week at 
thebeach. 
iCHPB "(^tfeer Day' RIthard Deacon guest stars as 
Ponchefeik>*0 hlgti achool prfncipel who per- 
suaclei htm to wetft M a 'cateer day* asssmbiy. 
n WBjOOME iAOK, K0TT»f 'WhM^a Move'^R's moving 
mf for ttie Kottare but they quickly run lAto prot^ems 
when I^MMn'a Uncle 8o, the landlord, refuses to allow 
(MMien in ttieir new i^ar^nent. 
aOMCE UPON A CLASSIC 'The begmnna Robin Hood' 
^isode Itiree. WW and Ralph pledge their loyalties to 
Rbbln and the three ride to Huntingdon Manor, where they 
discover that Robin's heirlooms have been stoton. 

SANDYf WfrHlH ^lOW 
WHArSHAPfSHmOil 'Nothing Personnel' Shirley is 
crushed when she discovers the company tfiat hired her 
as a secretaiy isn't Interested In her proudly acquired 
skills, but sinmly signed her on as a token blade. 
O BKT OP BVME K0VAC8 Some comlMrt stabs at the 
music wi^kl ifloiude a (KMrtlte baltet, an epic Italian opera, a 
serteus visual Interpretation of a Beta BartcA piece and 
another perfermance by that dynamite muMcal group, the 
NalioWTrk). , 

SDORBDAYSHOW 
HAWAN nVEO Steve McQarrett and his FIveO crew 



seek the killer of an archeologist who was trying to find 
the lost grave of King Kamehameha. Geraldine Page 
guest stars. 

OD THE RK>f ARO PRYOR SHOW 
ffl BARNEY MILLER 'Burtal' Capt. Miller and his detec- 
tives are stymied when a mortician reports a stolen body. 
Then retired detective Phil Fish steps In to lend a hand in 
the Investigation. 

IB HURRY TOMORROW Filmed in Los Angeles, this 
cTnema-verite documentary examines the drugging of 
mental patients and psychtatric inmates as it is currently 
practiced in many state hospitate and mental institutions 
throughout the country. 

ffi TOO CLUB Guests: Wallace Ertekson, Director of 
Compassion, Inc., Dr. Edwin Orr, Professor at Fuller 
Semitwy's School of World Mission. 
9:30 IP CARTER COUNTRY 'Baker Buys a House' Part 1. 
Curtiss uses an insurance check to buy the house next 
door to Jasper, who is not exactly liberated on racial 
matters. 
10:00 O BARNABY JONES Lee Purcell guest stars as the sister 
01 a hit-and-run victim who disappears after the accident. 
ffi ROSETTI AND RYAN 'Is There a Lawyer in the House' 
tdle Adams guest stars as a former movie star who now 
produces commercials and suddenly becomes involved in 
a homicide case. 
IBREDOFOXX 



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11:00 

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(H FORSYTE SAGA 'The Pursuit ot Happiness' Helene 
gives birth to a son and Jo is freed to marry her when his 
wife dies in a hunting accident. Irene consents to marry 
Soames, not because she loves him but to escape her 
home life. 
MANNA 

NEV^ 
NEWS 
_ T>« CBS LATE MOVIE 'Hurricane' 1974 Larry Hagman, 
essica Walters. A hurricane destroys a Gulf Coast town 
and the lives of everyone there. (R) 

PTHE TONIGHT SHOW Guest host: Gabe Kaplan. 
POUCE STORY-THURSDAY NIGHT SPB3AL POLICE 
ORY - 'Line of Fire' A young police officer joins a 
special unit and must learn to cope with killing. THUR- 
SDAY NIGHT SPECIAL - 'A Salute to the Best Years of 
Your Hit Parade' Guests: Snooky Lanson, Dorothy Collins, 
Gisele Mackenzie, Russell Arms, Eileen Barton. (R) 

MOVIE 'The Undercover Man' 1949 Glenn Ford. Nina 
och. Two courageous Secret Service agents try to trap a 
gangjeader. 

iraiirOMORROW Host: Tom Snyder. Guest: Doc 
Severinsen. =£• 



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MCHEWS 

MOMi 'A Tattered Web' 1971 Lloyd Bridges. Broderick 
awford. A bizarre killing forces a dedteated poitoe 
detective Into dramatk: conflict behween his duty as a law 
off k;er, his devcrtlon as a father and Ms nirtural instinct for 
Self-pressrvation. (1 hr. 30min.) 

SAS WE SEE IT Six segmente deal with interracial 
ing, Indtan education and other concerns of sc^iool 
desegregation as seen 1^ students nationwkte. 
"lUDVflUCY 
CROSS WITS 
GREBIGROCBI 
MACNEIL-LEHRER REPORT 



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■tackle box' 
Bbhahana 

nOiCKCAVEITBHOW 'Responsibility In the Press' Part 

ITGue^: Jttnes Bra<^, associate publisher of the New 

Yorttniifir'r^ VMatfVflMiiHaWedltoe^f THe New'Yofk' 

Tl m e » i flw i Bmam,mmi^»ik^'«<mor of the YVSpaMigteni 

Post, andCBS Newiore^ent Richard Salant. ' 

flB H0QAN*8 HEROBB 

I THE NEW ADVENTURES OF WONDER'WOMAN 

vwnder Wboan struggles against the powers of a popular 

rock titusicwK who uses special frequency music to 

hypnoUze young women fans into stealing for him. 

fP CPO SHARKEY The new comnrandlng offk^er orders 

»wkey to trim his belly in 10 days. 

9 OOWiY AND MARC Gueste: Glen Campbell, Ber- 

nadettePetera. 

SWASHMQTQNWEBCM REVIEW 
ANDYQRIFRTHSHOW 
CNCO AND THE MAN 'The Bed' Ed nearly has a heart 
Uttack when he finds his mattress stuffed with money. 
aLWAU.|TBEET WBB( Host: Louis Rukeyser. The View 
inm the White Howe' Quest: Charles L. Schultze, 
chairman 9f the CoiMdl of Economic Advisors. 

tDORHI DAY SHOW 
SWITCH Pete and Mac go to Las Vegas to help a young 



v 



woman determine the cause of her pnui-iadim s taiai 
crash. Guest stars Wayne Newton, Dionne Warwick, 
Foster Brooks, Jack Coivin, Pamela Hemsley, George 
Maharis, Chuck McCann. 

® THE ROCKFORD FILES 'The Dog and Pony Show' Jim 
agrees to help a frigtjtoM^ youfM iwJUMm ovarco/w su 
jTifintal problem ^d4lffilOtim8elt«r^isbM«<l^n^-Mza«re^ 
.Jnye^giatlon invciving the CIA and the mafta. 
■BTHEABC FrabAY MQHT MOVIE W.W. and' the Dixie 
DanCekings' 1974 Burt Reynolds stars as an easygoing 
con artist who loves country music, robbing gas stations 
and a singer called Dixie - three loves that keep him In the 
kind of trouble he enjoys. (R) (2 hrs.) 

ai VIRGINIA CAMPAIGN State attorney general can- 
dates Edward E. Lane (D) and J. Marshall Coleman (R) 

meet in debate and answer newsmen's questions. 

Vtewers may phone in their questions in the program's 

second half. 

9 TOO CLUB Guests: Vic Vitaro, board chairman of Carpet 

World, Dr. Robert Plekker, who established a dental clinic 

in Africa, singer, Danny Qalther. 
10:00 m QUINCY 'Murder By Self Quincy investigates the 

alleged suicide of a young labor leader and finds himself 

in the middle of a battle t>etween two unions that are vying 

to represent farm workers. 
10:30 O DIAMOND HVERS This documentary takes a close 

k>ok at the life and times of Geraldo Santos da Siiva, a 

dtamond prospector in northeastern Brazil. 



11:00 



11:30 



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11:45 
1:00 



IHfc BIBLE 

NEWS ^.;W 
PERSPECTIVE ON THE NEWS 
RALPH WIIXERSON AT MELODYLAND 
THE (as UTE MOVIE 'M.A.S.H.' A Hollywood 
[rector is assigned to do a documentary on the 4077th.. 
'Kojak: Money Back Quarantee'^'Murder of policeman puts 
Koiak and his staff on thSilrail of 4n active stolen car ring. - 

(ra " "^ ■ ■" " '«"*' '!'»•'"■' ■•tfft'^t?ir 

iBTHETONIGHTSHOWGuest host: Gabe Kaplan. 
SSPORTSWEEK 
i MOVIE 'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington' 1939 Jeaq 
rthur, James Stewart. Naive man becomes a Senator and- 
gets into deep trouble with a sharp politician. 
In SPORTS WEEK 

m THE MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Host: Eivin Bishop. Guests: 
iTc. and the Sunshine Band, Electric Light Orchestra, Varh 
Morrison, Crystal Gayle, Thin Lizzy, Ronnie McDowi, 
Mickey Thomas. 

«9 BARETTA 'They Don't Make Em Like They Used To' 
s Tony rides a cross-country bus trying to ferret out a 
dangerous criminal from the passengers, he is followed 
by an aging master thief who has been double crossed.' 
and will stop at nothing to get revenge and reclaim a 
fortune In stolen gems. (R) 

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2. Who sterrtd wttfi MHdrad Nd«^ in tNt 
mMm? 

3. WhiMittlwC^Htifi'srsiriiUHiwifiTTMCsfH^ 
andTtnniM? 

4. What Is Clwl^'t real naimiti'AH'tFalr'? 

5. VMK>i8Ms.P^ar'st&«tarlfittwMrlM? 

6. WhMcMMedttM'SMiMMtff'iodlHippMi? 

7. Who attOTed as ^ 13wUrt Um' hwt 9 » Mon ? 

8. Who ^arrad In the movia 'Tlw MNNon OoNar 

9. Who MvradMtha piano virtaiMO in ttwmovto 
'ThaSmwithVaP'? 

10. Who pl^od An^'a girHHwid in 'AN m ttw 
Family' la wa t on ? 

It. Whopi^acftwpioo'aauporforontoar? 
12. WhalMMMBMHiiainttitMrlal? 
O.. Who iwd ttw tifla roia in the fflovi* 'Qantiamin 
Oim'? 

14. MtoplayadFlolnthaaartoa'Allea'? 

15. MM wii h« tavortM wpNipion? 

16. WNM«MAiic«*aMnMna%^ 

17. Mtoiri^adftifordfHiaaorih'WttklneTaNNrt 
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18. M^ |Mq^ a fw^fumt mmmn In ttw movto 
•l^aMdfcWl 

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PROFILE 
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SUNDAY 



(ABC) COLLe(% roOTBALL '77: 12:30 PM E.D.T. • 11:30 AM 
C.D.T. 

Features weekly hlghlkihta of key contests whteh are 
scheduled during the 1977 NCAA Football season. 

«CB« THE NFL TODAY: 12:30 PME.D.T. -11:30 AM C.D.T. 
News wd features on ttw NFL and other sports news. 

INBO NFL 77: 12:30 PM E.D.T. - 1VJ9AM C.D.T. 
Football news. IntenMws and featurM. 

<^^ NATIONAL FOOTBAU LEAGUE GAME: 1:00 PM E.D.T. 

.1MINQ^C.0.T. 

mam MIta vs. Cleveland Browns; Ctaclnnati BeiH^s vs. ' 

DeMMW JMmcosi HouMon Oilers vs. Pitls^urah teeters; 

mmmHUtmn. OMMAdUM^; MMnl Ootpfiins vs. Seat- 

«e Seriwwks. (Cheedt tocitf^^rtlnis for ganMlrvy^r area.) 

(^)TI« NFL TODAY: t:«PM E.O.T. -12:00 NOON C.D.T. 
AMMM Mean w. QMMo Ban; DaMa Cowboys vs. 
.nMMirtphta Eaotes; Mroif Lions vs. San FrarKlsco «en^ 
Gheen Bay Packers vf . Tampa Bay Buccaneers; New (Cleans 
Sainta vs. St. Louta Cardhtais; Naw York Giants vs. WMM«i- 
ton Redskins. (Cftepit local stations ffiijMaM^ ycMfiuea). ^ 

^aS> THE NFL TODAY- 3:48 PM 6,D?l?Iwfcl C.O.T. 
^at-game scoreif highiighta arKi sports news. 

ICWniENFLT0QAY:^MI8.D.T.-^PMC.D.T. 
DettnottLkMtfM. ^ FohMmo 4lert. 

mCi NATIOIMLFQDTBMJ. LEAM« GMIB; 4:00 PM E.D.T. 
.MSFMCA.T. , 

MflmartDiM vs. Nm Englvid HMe^-; K«i«as aty OMefs 
w. San ^go {^MHQWS. (CM^ loeai ^M(Mi (w eMie In your 




(NBD) NFL '77: 6:46 PM E.D.T. - 5:45 PM C.D.T. 
Wrap-up of today's footbaH news. 

MONDAY 

(ABC) MONDAY NK3HT FOOTBALL: 9:00 PM E.D.T. - 8:00 PM 
C.D.T. 

Los Angeles ftems vs. Minnesota Vikings, live from Los 
Angeles, Callfomta. 

FRgAY 

(PBS) SOCCER MADE IN GERMANY: 10:00 PM E.O.T. - 9:00 

PMC.D.T. 

A vraekly series premieres covering ttte t>est genes played 

tfie ^«^M week by tMms of the West German Nattonai 

FotmM LMguc. 

(CB« NBA ON C»S: 11:30 PM E.D.T. - 10:30 PM C.D.T. 
Philadeiphia TSers vs. Porttand Trail Blazers. 



SATUTOAY 

(ABO NCAA I^JOTBALL: 1:30 f*l E.D.T. - 12:30 PM C.O.T. 

(C^ SPORTO ^^n'MSUUR: 4:30 n* E.D.T. - 3^ PM 

COT. 

'World Mok^ycle Jumping CfwmpicMishlp' featuring tfw 

wmW's t^ MMpers, including 9vnm Americans mm four 

for^gn riders wrtw will cwnpete for a(x;wacy and styte, fr^n 

C^w^e County AiMtrack, Irvine, Ciriif.; Grand Prix of 

J^m,' from TiNiyo, Ji^n; "Worid's ^or^est fi/ten,' INwt V. 

(ABQ mx WC^«J} OF SKKTB: 6:00 PM E.D.T. - *m PM 
C.O.T. 





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»30 ■ llOVK^a Sad Sack' H97 Jerry Lawis, Davk) Wayno 
rivata, after 17 months, is stHI out of step with 1»» army 

He has managed to lose a tank among other 'ac- 

jsompltfttiifte'il hr "^ ^' ' 
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8:30 



fib nunriT ifjvujimjiH t-ntmc In l^o^ Ana«)««, this 
cTnema*verlte documahtary, axamtnaa the drugoimj of 
mental patients arid psyeraatrlclhroatea a* It la eiMrimtiy 
practiced in many atite ItdapiWa arid mental instltutiona 
througftoutlhe etAiotry. 

«HOUOAri>rM8U»YLAN0 
WE'VE QOT EACH OTHER Judy looks wtth dread 
towards her mother's viait and time prwea that ahe waa 
correct. Ann Ooran oueat atars 



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_ mtCmmBOE theatre 'DIcImm of London' 
pisode Eight. 'Magic' Aittwugli (^Miiet^ tveaks 
England's heart as w«H asali Ma <Mm%dok atfaa reMnta 
J» his weeMy pui)ik»tk)n of 'The CW ©irleaWy Swp.' 
IJMnMstate ia a growing cause Nv^Mieem^ 



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»8UFERBH0W77 

;r=-„ «-*. .^ ***" ""'? P««ult of Happineaa' Heiene 
gjvea Wrth to a son and Jo is fraM to marry tmmn Ma 
wtfe dies In a hwrninB *eddent/4i»nii cS^i^loiinin; 
aojmes, not tiecaue* she lovM i*n fiut to Mcape her 

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OFTHEWEEK 



4:3B (B CB8 SPORTS SPECTACULAR Leon Splnka v«. Scott 
Le Doux, m iLlO-rour>tf,b9uU MichaW &rinka vs. Gary 
SomorgM^haWorWI^SS^iat Meri' Srt IV. 

OToTS^HE^mwata va. the '^SsjTSrtSl 
,0tobeirotters from Atlanta: a close-up look at George 

• NO -wn's Ferry" Amerlca'a worst 

nuclear raactcr accident came cioae to tMOomliM a 
nuclear ca^trophe. ^The iaau? of reactor Wety in 

SAmgrioaanuclear energy program is e^camlned. 
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lEv£l«NQ 

8.-00 ^fflNEWB 

!iJ9^. ^ "'*¥''TA«7Y Lenin and the Oieat 
S:ttS\S2*?ei'tf *Ml^«* ^ potHJCif order 

feStesS 

man, his young DrMe, «itf • tttaek tiank ef erK 6bmn seek 
^ii2ny!*<'"t'^«'«'ryCoast.(2hrs.) 
|OWN|IM 

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ROPERATKM PCfnOQAT 'A Party For the Captain' 
tryonii oil the Sea Tki*r ia aure tturt SUmM^M^ 
Sherman and Lt. Optores Crandall are secretly eogaiM. 
iSREXHUMMRp y^v-ir* 

MO m THE iJEPFERBONS An Introduction to a friend puts 
He(eii'9 and Loulae'e friendship on the !ir>e - and Qeoroe 
coukln'tbe happier. 

SI SIAMKV AHD HUTCH 'Crying Ct»Hd' Starsky and 
utoh befriend a tad only to team tie la th« DAth«Hn victim 

8° SOmSiAOE iNQERMANi 
THE TQNV RAHQAU MOW Jack'a mwttai aeparation 
van him so dieheartenetf, even Judge Franklin sinks 
into« deep^e of depression over the crisis. 

ItMCAROL lUfmerTSHOW 'Ihe Pamily Show' 
piiOVE MAT 'Help', Murdirf atarrtna Micheie Lee and 
Oayid Qroh; 'iaaa6 the Oroupi*^ atarrtng Ted Lange and 

>*«wtC>ffgtl ; '>fr._R »ulattry' atanrlfig Jlin Nabow. 

OOll^^m^M^ University of Rtchniond vs. 

wQiaPowMfDMiK IratHute 



Sat. hours - mo 2 p.< ^ 



"Back to the Garddn" 



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9:30 



10:00 



10:ap ■QEORQEANOOIANEfVEY 
11:00. 



11:15 BnEWB 

liao • MOVIE 'G.|. Blues' 1080 Eivla Presfey. Juflel Pnjwae. 
^- Q,l.'s form a mualcai oomtx) while stationed In 



Germany, 
perstar NaiicyBle^sa heada'a caat oT'madatp^pe^ 



AT AMEMCAN LAUOHOPF San Francisco 



1:30 
3:» 



^orTTler8, many of thi^ her caat mates from Uugh In! in a 
gMadv of comedy araa. 

11 MOVIE 'Hud' 1883 Paul Newman, Patrlcte Neal, Hard- 
^Virig hard^dnkinfl. woman^haaing yoi|na mart.ivliMie 
life 1» * jwott agalnal itte prtficlplte Of Ms Mier, is the 
kk)l.pf the teeeageijNtphew who ia tpmHbftwaen towfer • 
hisuncieandgi«nd«ithef. (1 hr. aomln.) 

Sl|JOURHEVlbAOVe«TURE 
m MOVIE 'Oonovan'a Brain' 1853 Lew Ayres, Gene Evana. 
tr.Slmin.) 
»»a(OONCSRTniME TENTATIVE) 
MOME 'Return From the Past' 1867 Lon ChaneV, John 
rradine.(1hr.27mln.j 




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Leoncavaihsa popular opera stars Jdn Vickera, Saina 
Gorai-Kabiiyanaka and Peter QkMaop Ih th« atOfV of an 



Hli^erant 



who diacovdn that hie trife nai been 
conducts. 



Plight of the Pelicans' 




9:00 



NA1 

\ vs. ^tom England 



^ ^JNEvniUrFOaVMU. HIQHUQHTS ttotre Dane 
MLfodMmGMftomia 



4:30 
0:00 



jgjgaiHarty'aWeaaex' 
program pr8aentlng 



QAME Baltimore 

fota; Kanaas aty Chiefs va. 



„-,. Of PRESERVAHON TWa mm 

^^ — I the comimtnity of Lancaater, Pa., where .peoble 
ehedsh thek- priiit and v«iue their ktertUty, refue* to 
saorlfk» community for convenlehce of preaervation fbr 
pMiaresa 
ilHEUVEB 

hPLAMBlOF REVIVAL 

MOVE 'Qttr Man Flint' ISSd ^wnog; oouum, Gila Qoiin. 
-j-gj^ *W*^.. ^mr secret agent, is aaaifened to , 
destroy the^nllialna who are attempting to control the 




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. THEATRE 'The Servant' 1883 Oitk 
Fox. A corrupt mhnaervartt undertakea a 
leat hia weak master, an affluent but 
Londoner, (2 hrs.) 



5:30 Sold TIMEOOePEL HOUR 



ITHE NATION 

^VENHAPTWTGHUflCNMBMCE 

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RS*.?® EVENT 'NBC: The Flrat Rfty Years - A Ctoaer 
tiJL^^'^i.^!!^ ***••?•• ^^•orM Bume, Burl 

•rnpng thoee who wtit host. HighHghia of iheahow wW be 
aajuhie to Qioocho Marx, EMa Prsaley and Jlmmj^ 

ItJS^ilija^JtiSf^'' "•?> ^^ hook and «els m 
MoMe. when she adda a seakMT eltiidn wedding and a pair 

• MASTERRIECE TMEATRE 'OleKena of London' 



Epleode Nlne;''WgMmire' CherlM'a lntar«at Ih the aitsf 
mMtmedam leada to a aplne<!hHling experiment whai^b 
b^Mnd8afailpw writerwhoae nantlaJa aynonymoua with 
^-. l2?^2!!d*hemacabf»-edgarAllahPoe. , 

•*•* m*^ ^"«*' Flo and Vera quH their toba to emphasize 
a atandgreoUal employment at Mel's Diner. 

10:00 BnEMB 

PjHHyCAPLAN PRESENTS THE SMALL EVENT 
9«^^mF, Cindy wniama and Pf«d VWllaid. wlh 
oanHVpHlnces by Hsnoy Voungman, Put Morita aM 
Kaplan'a^eohorts - Robert Hegyea. Lawranc*+flB6n 
Jaooba. Ron Palillo, John Travofta and John 8yh«atilr 
White. 

ywONS 'The Dancing Bear' by Conrad Brombeig 

Chadea Duming as an unemployed eharaottf' ador 

*^'"'**"" for the meaty pert of a vigoroua dancirig 

at a tbtie of tenae persoruf upheavals that 

him down 

"m 

^ I l^ojak praya his suspkitons aren't correct when 
ANDOtANEfVEV 



By CA^i^Y UUKGAN 



Tbe past year or so tuts mailced the iclu^u lu uiv pop- 
ular music clt^rts ojl many of the great fQlk-rMc«ta.of 
tte late 60's and early 70's. After a (iul«tperMir.HK> 
or three years, the major names are back -' ail back 
with big hits In terms of singles as well as a'l^unU. 
James Taylor's version of the old BO's "Handy l|«|", 
has been a giant single hit, and his LP, "JT," la «eU|li| !> 
*alL Now, JaioeiB has been around for some tfiM, ts^ 
everyone knows. The first time I ever beard <tf tlii nuo 
was in I&68, wtieo a friend played me some ctrta (rom bis 
4lMper "Sweet Btby Janes" album. SlAce then tt's N|»t 
a slow but steady profreaslon of bit im»$$ tor UjUHt.^ 
Jfkit makes the eurrenf upsu^ of his fhuaie resaHtttiie 
IS that It coincides with recent successes by soma^v 
of hia folk cohorts. 

Of course, Carly $imoa comes to mind as soo* a* aip»i« 
thlaka of James Tkylor. Carl^ has a ^nash Mtr&S^ 
WW #lth, of all tUjbgs, the theme from the latest James 
Bood movie. Although it's not exactly your usual folk 
«ng, Carly always has tended more towards acAirdeit 
tbaa folk, and "Robody Does It ^er" does have semf.f^ 
TOOto tftrougi its iJo-authdif, Cafote "Bayer ^er, »*tia*»" 
eated and experienced aongwriter and artiat. (Jlarvift* 
Hamlisch hiraed the tune.) It's certainly good tb halite 
Carly back, at any rate. 

Thera la another lady who has rehimed in style -- a 
1«^ vbo has been sbapiagtbe music scene ford^rly 
two decades as a writer, singer, pertormet". She's be*i''* 
mo almost every aspect of the buslDMs aad duSaJIkU 
and her Utest LP, "Slimpie xiakS^MMr^^^^^ 
as anottir f en inhir crown. Cum^^J^l^fJliJt 
Cbmn made musical history, bad baen ndMani 
in the last Utile irhile. But now she's coning l». 
Her hit single, "Hard Rock Cafe," la hardly — ^-.^ 
folk, but It's a natural, combg from the writer who ia«» 
us "Sttackwater Jack" aad "Locomotion," It'a ample 
evidence that her talenU are just as stroug as they evit 
were. 

However, the real triumph in the relrtval .pf late 80'^ 
Wjc-roek has to be the reunion of David Croeby, SteyhUi 
WUs and Graham Nash.. After many tklse starts, aiad 
wtSout Neil iTouo^. ^ey finally managed to put togMhi^ 
» »« LP. "m." which, while it wlU S^TSSiZ 
"Data Tn" la the hearta of. the Woodstock gener«li(«. ii 



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i^i.J'at^ l»...Melody' Mnoduoee the Mee that a 
j=j*jggj« »«nw patterns thai become melodiM. 

mb'SS &l52f*** ^I"" '**■ •wTeehiral «i tf» 
NFL and other aporta newa of the day . 

eNa '77LMMhe-mlnute footta* newa, intervieM and 
turea wHh Lee Leonard, B^wit Gwhbel. RadM 
^jSl^iJ^^y* **^ spS^OMtere cor*lb^ 

VpDUa^^HMLL '77 An ABC Sports aert4M whkih 
f^NuHH^l^^^BHaMiof h«y oonteatft «M(^ m 
'NCAAPeettaHaoeeon. 

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nevertbeltaa a fine album, and deserving of tiie neoar 
nltion tsr,-the iSigutic hit single froin ''CSR " illiB 
"JustASonB^SbrTlGo." ' "^ 

■Tbe coincidental presence of aUof thesecharternembers 
or the faXk'nA club In the current hit listings Is accen- 
tuated ^ th^ suecesses of relatively new groups like tbc 
Utne River Bead aad FirefaU. new releaaes trdm tlnda 
Rohstadt and Hairy Chapin, and at-loi«-laat fkme for 
«nmy Buffett. Of course, the cootiauing predoninance 
of the Eagles hi American popular music speaks Ibr a 
rtroog ltolk-rock,4nflHence, aad the incrcaaiag poMilartty 
of the Outlaw school of country music shows folk rooti 
as well. 

Time has done well by our foU heroes. Not only arl- 
they conthiulng to develop their own soimd, and ftndlnd 
it highly acceptable to a 70'a audieoee. hot tbeyare 
apawning a whole new group of musical disUples ilay 
they live long and prosper. 



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jTE NMHT MOVIE The Man Witfi the Power* 
„^.. Neill, Perais Khfurttiatta. Erto Smith, wtiqes legacy 
from MftlMher, a.nailv* of-«noth«r pidndl, «iiak|e( nfinto 
perform amazing feala Vvtth thi power in Md«y«a, la hired 
1*23'^ <^£'"Sf" Sill, hfifps* Id m txoae, oiMch 
Mand>|««»lattwob|eetofalddfliWiinotiM.(R> 

W **?'? '^*^y '*»^' ^^ Anth«V PW. Vert 
V&conii, YoufM OOP must preeerveihe honor of hia Mtnily 
by avenplng die muntor of hlft father by underworld 



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9:00 



Qmlcldar 1Mi Stenn Cortett, f>atridia 
L returns to visit old manMim 9h« ItvM m as a 
ie4omea Involved In a tarrifying mystary in- 
Ijemteldal maniac. (1 hr. 30 min.) 

9^ MT WE'SK IT School dropouts, trilingual education, 
udiinta' rights and responsiblllttaa and a succasslul 
jram are locusad upon in various segments. 



MS0OBT 




pROON^XieiGiS 

Attest: Author Jessica Mitford. 



8:a0 



|| )[ i> YOUR flRST KISS, CHARUE BROWN CHariie 
j?rDJwn is faced with two horrendous challengea • tw Is the 
isicker for the local team at the annual homacoming 
football game, and he has been 'choaan to escort the 
homecoming queen to the celebration dance and give her 
the traditional kiss. 

UTTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAINE The Creeper of 
'ainut Grove' Laura tngaiis and Andy Garvey try to oatch 
an elusive thief by rigging a bucket of green dye abwe the 
chicken coop, but t% MKf a moat un^tpected qua^. 

SD THE SAN pmmmfm m»m 'Th« «mw w. the 
eds" The beach bunis play eupid when they help a 
lovesick RussiarT sailor Jump ship so he may marry his 
tennis playing girflrlend. 

ffi AOrOF UM^tTAlNTY The Rise and Fall <^ Money- 
Economist John Kenneth GalbralM examines money and 
the ways it affects pei^e and analj^es the t^NSIm of in- 
stability and inflation that ptuue the aveiem. 
SANDYOnFFrtMsAOW 
THE FAT AUERr HALUSW^I SPECIAL Fat Albert 
and his pats \9un a leison as they plot their 'creepiest, 
baddest, scarieit' sp<^ night evvr. 
a DORIS DAY SHOW 



O THE 
success as 
new friends 
and she di 
IB MM 
They Took 
An airliner 
ter national 




E SHOW Joyce VtmtMnan's n4% 

own televiskMMri^eandM^ 

more than iMd cm cope tMM 

apartmhtofberown. 

r AT THC IMMet 'The Higbt 

ChueK Connm. Henry 0ibMn. 

five of the flMtists in ah M- 

leat are abducted nA hild tor 



ot^an ll-yejr-old boy Ahc- reselWjlai* » hdH-wftd creatuw 
I being kept under lock and key by MadesperiMf 






„ AH0Tfl£Vt8IONREVieiV The M^ Wind «r 

^^' "rf '9m^ Butter and ,^y,' M wiM as •« e(i- 
■ ' ^ - entitled Fltcher'a Feattiered art* 



ransom. Atao .on board Js a «0cret «0Mt wito is Mm> 

vs. Lm AngttfM RaHufrom Los Angeles, Calittmia. 
O mEncmmim trOnv in Ernest HemingvMvli 
'Soldier's Hwqe/ •Vbung soldier returning hoiarMsr 
World War I'Mfm «eute alienation from his town, m^ 
bors and farrtH)i. A black teenage farm worker sthiipW 
toward manhOQd against his overprotecHve paimt^ In 
Richard Wricyti's 'Atmois' a Man.' 
a 700 CLUf.QiiMta: Co(. H. Speed Wilson, CMef of Staff 
of the. 9th Marine Amphibious Brigade in Vietnam, s^SW'. 
Andrew CulwarWBll. 

m MAU06 Ylu osheration gap bec«nes the Ofihd 
Canyon ^0fWmm agnaee to chaperon Philip's birttiday 
party and (^aiMttii#4drtecew^today'syout 
10KIO O RAFNufy fir. m Raffsrty clastws «rttfi flw 
InhospitMe mi0tO^ of a moynlain hamlet ower ttw l#i 



11:00 
11:^ 




9:30 



11:40 
1:00 



OIK^E^ Lie So Oe#. My4«««' 

\ Barbara Anderaon. A tftisted uncle 

(riea ip convince his niece that her hu««>and is an vn- 

. j Quart host: HeieftfMfy. 

^im^wm'^ ,^, BWurb' 19K Doris Di^. Rod Twlor. 
Wtt«ig iwesM««*af m American wool cenifHW is inn- 
stthij to&lflWiMi Sficompanied by his wife. Aftw an 
«q^My «*Mi m MMQue dealer, the wife la in a bind and 

Most: torn Snyder. 



nPiPw^ MMurb- 




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SHOW 



„_ .*| 'Toft»ih»)irt(' 1»B| Van Hellin, Yvonne De Carlo. 

ilari 4oOut fiOttts for SkHix territory rights at a meeting of 

iefe«nd comrtiisslofMre. {1 hr. 30 min.) 

M m sa tr In rattle, mm., the nr« studeiMs to 

duate from tiigh sCh«KH aft« fow years of school 
|hg reflect on thoflMniMv in 'dnKtiMtkin Flashbacks.' 
■ ■ Ore., stumm 'Show Iww even experienced 
make fooli^ Stereotypes in 'Cliartie Brown.' 



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iiHeiinBfT' 
Inervni 

liScKciR^^Syt^u^Former Mary Hartman. 
iW*iiartmin''&rlj()uHieLa8ser. ' 

tM I iwmZPATRlCKSMiUmen. deckles to try out for 



^wetleadlnB iller ahe is ignored by a boy she likes at 




MAN. FROM ATLANTIft 'Qiwit' Pro bMketbail grea 
.../aem Abdui Jabbar gupft auira es a 9 to^-taii mineral 
prospedtN' from anolh^ wdrld, wtto threatens to drain the 



tidi (11 K Lice«i lb uy Sipnoning oft the vmters in his sluice. 
IB HAPPY DAYS If fcnzle fellows his doctor's orders and 
has a tonaiUectomy, he will miss his favorite event of the 
year - goMg to ttie Hatkiween coatume ball as the Lone 

mWli, t>M OOHCem mr Eugene Ormandy conducts 
the FhiladelptMa OrchMtra in a eonceil teped Oct. 24 «t 
United Nations heedqwrters In New Yort«. Beethoven s 
Egmont Overture wd Shostal«>^ch*8 Symphony No. 5 are 
perfommj. Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 4 feirtures 
gutol soloist Andre Watts. 

©ANDY QHffFTOf SHOW ^^^,^ 

8:90 SiAVaVIE AHOaHlfiLEY When Laveme and Shirley go 
shtJppJng, Uverne is attwked by a toy, Roger Robot, and 
an unusual court battle develops when she sues the store. 

tDORBOAYSHOW 
M4^H. A shoitoge of light buibs leads to oamM^ght 
reading of a new whodunit, But has a more deacHy effect 
when the meticutous surgeon, Chartes Winchester, 
makesa mistake that almost coste the life of a patient.^ 

SttULUQAN'S STEW 'The Biggeat Mansion You've Ever 
Bn' A riew ciassnrMite regales young Jimmy MuiUgan ^ 
and his cousin, Adam, with tales of his amazliHJ sxptolts 
and makes them very jealous, but Jimmy's mother 
suspects the newcomer's motives. ...^.^ 

O TOREE'S COMPATW Alone Together' What happens 
«^en Jack and Chrtssy spend an evening atone togettier? 

J I TOO CLUB Guttts: Ray Hughes, specialist with the 
ssociatlon of ProfesskMUti Alcoholism, Andrus ^k- 
wood and Company will be tfnging. 
mOHE W* AT A Tlll(« When Ann learns her tra dlent 
^ects tint her 'busliwse' Is to arrange for his 



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'pleasure,' ahe is forced into a position 
between her coiWtetton and her career. 

asoAP 

8 STAO^ OF PREStON J0N» The career of Tfexii 
M^wright Prertbfi Jones, author of the acclaimed 'A 
Texaa TrfldO^,-;i8 expHined through intervleww tttih 
theatre peofNi ibout hie eariy life in Ne* MexKo and HM 
mak as an a^if; direeter and dranwtlst at the DallM 
Tfiofttro C^it^. 
A lOU QFUM4T Lou becomes uncomfortably Involved 
vwm the ^(N of one of the Tribune's reporters and 
doean't know)MCMr to tali her to get tost, 
a POUCe tMOlilN 'Do you Stlll Beat Your Wife?' • 
/uiderson uk Rowley .come to the aseistmce of 
young ^ctim of a wife-dearter and discover that here is 
neither the flHJi nor the moet serious example of htt 
bnitaliw. Or. 4bye# ttothera guest stars. 

tEYEVWrit^ dtawlhg on transcripts and other 
umento, wl^rwTM segments explore secret germ 
warfare and tK^expermterttajHon on Americans, the raid 
on Pidra Ne(jn%Mexi60, and the breaking of a code of 
silence ma|ntiii#d byJ^ York Qty policemen to protad 
diiieday 
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in the form of a human, triea to 
to life. (R) 

Queat boat: Bert Cohvv. 

OP tHE WEB( Our Man Fnht: Dead 

OantOff, Sharon Acker. Flint inve^igatee 

' _ df an oil company preeident from 

by aeofrftistteated security system. (Ft) 

More ttw Merrier' 1943 Jean Arthur, Joel 

OOUfm and elderiy cupM In mixed-up 

m crowded condittons of vimrtlme 

H^t Tom Snyder. 




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prMtTtute. 'Death takes a Holiday' 1971 Monte Marttham; 



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, BIQ HAllMl -Qniduatlon Eve' A power failure (Aam* 

le Island ii^/larHness and Mitoh Fears Is defMfflteo to 

help cope witti tivhat Is expected to be widespread tooting. 

SB^flin^ nn^ Sky Is Faning' Saretta lauiWhei a 
sperate ieiish ft^ 1»ireat^id Tommy Beaumont, 
witness to^iiaiMjaer. hnowh^B that the ixfi life' it in 



\ MOVHE 'Tower of LOKlon' 1982 Vincent Price, Mtehael 
, Upon the death o( giKvard IV, Rtohard murders the 
king's brother Ctarenee Jn order that he be named 
Protector, then seta out to murder the two young princes 
to win the throfit. (1 hr. 30 min,) 
a AS MESEfilT MertMMe high schod students present 
iBD'^CIfttorradal DaflhgT), an examlnatton of wwiai 
between raees. '^Myhody, Can Stereotype 
from Portland, Ore., dramaiaes how a student 
others, obflvtous of the many strange and 
theyhaveofhei; 



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lAUSTINQ LOOSE Queit Star Ted Knight aiwears as 
Mr. Dennis, the super-elegant boss of Melody% escort 
servteei, whose chief problem is his own periection. 
^ WOOEHOUSE PUYHOUSE 'Strychnine In the Soup' 



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CAVItT SHOH Quest: Jazz aaxophonist Gerry 

ikliriiMNrftMMUOWiBI SPiOM. WHch Hazel 
^iehar mriik as a Halloween spook when Bugs Bunny 
jMiii up al Mjtdoot ^ ^ 

^-ttil&PtWlDTTMa «F ORIHLY AOAItt -The Trial' 

. . .« ■ 1^, Is accused of stealing an 

I erf fish md Adsms, to prevent a 

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wothrHieraddtets meet and fall In tove at a mystery pisy. 
However, the giri's aristocratte mother consklera the mm, 
an interkv decorator, an unworthy match for her daughter,- 
(winmtlng ttie suitor to take action. 
aoqnSDAYSHOW 

a THE CB8 WEDNESDAY MQHT MOVIEB The Qreatest 
liNhg That Almoat Happened' Jimmie Walker, James Esrt . 
Jones. A vibrant teenaged athleto is sblcken by leukemia 
and Iris widowed fattier, whose intense struggfo to 
maintain his own self-respect, is oftm blind to his son's 
midttonal needs. <2 hra.) 

a ORBQOH TRAIL Hannah's Giris' A group of shady 
ladies livw) up TItorpe's Oregon bound wagon train until 
they come under the harassment of their deranged ax* . 
employer. Guest stturs Stella Stevens. 

SdlARL£'S ANOas 'Angel In Love' Sabrtna talla 
^ly In love with a rugged young man who itwy have 
been Involved In a slaying file Angels are investigating. 

81 VIROiNIA CAMPAIQN Democrat Charies ^ibb and 
ejMJbHcan Joseph Canada, candkiates for ttie office of 
UeuterMUfit Governor, meet in a live debate and answer 
reportore' questions. 

91 TOO CLUB Guests: Episcopal Bishop William C. Frey, 
noerAnnCrisweli. 



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11:90 



ittMOME -Hawaii Fiv»0' A piitdib hetfth 

4iiMie etiriducting an investigation. 'Target 

[t.-Meredlfh Baxter. A bonded cbMrler 

into taking the theft of $2,000,000 in 



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■is blaekinali 
diamonds, w ^^ ^ ^ 
a THE ttm^lmaM Quest host: Davki Steinberg. 

S?OTASiffiEto l«niQH4«« OF THEJdtiK 

ARSKyIMhUTCH - 'The Deadly Impostor' ^artky 
and Hutch h«i* buddy fpeatehis son and ex-wferOdt 
knowing he hi> ^esffne ^^ pri^eeslonai killer. MYSTERY 
OF THE Vtim- 'Pntte Ctdl h Murder' Lt. laiwlto ii 
assigned t^ Investigate the death of a heavily insured 
8uburi>8nitft ^ 

8M0VIE liaiLeftHahd of Qcfd' 1955 Humphrey Bogart, 
ne Tiem^rOhliub 1047: pilots escaping from Chinese 
vMriord, ditortaes ro^lf In the clothes of a dead 
CiMralto p^iiiid htoM out ih a small mission village 
where he riitomrit thari he barbained for. 
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JnJmMf «rf Aicatraz* Part I. (THUR.). 'Blrdman of Alcetraz 
Part II. (FRI.), 'Of Love and Deaire' (MON.), 'Conquest' 
(TUE.) 
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help you !hK)ugh th<^ meeting. To 
help you face th# fcBDily. And 
everyday that extra drink becomes 
another iJtfrd drink. And it hurts. 
Write or coHin cxDhfldence 
for foctsoh 1f»e ^o^om for 
the trecrtmttit of al<X3hdism In a 
comfort^le, caring atrnosphere. 
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#litBG (liO)-Cpnteraporary music news, suo^sunset. 

TM^^ (t9&y-8oi^ music and iHip|tramiiiiii(, news, 

-IMIltipOM. .. V' ' 

tKSbO. (9|d)-"(^ouBti7poltaa" music, news IS minutes 
I«n #» hc^, sports, agriculture report at 12:15; sun- 
rtlelBitaBset. 

I,;lmQl (U)i6)>inspirational music snd programs, Mutual 
'Hlm^ iMir en ike hpar and hall hour, veatter, sperts, 
Im iNpBie "Mfil^ ^rotrams 4allyi old radio. sbovs 
ir^ ^ 'M'e Ind '408 daily at 4 p.m.; sumv-sunset. 

InGH^ QOnn-ifbdeJhB country music, local news at 
10 fflfitomrpfit the bour; 6 a.m. 



V%tM (iui)}-^Rodcilic Country Musie, news, weather, 
sportu, trafOc i^qwrts; sunup to sunset. 

WJRlM (tt|0)-ProgressiTe Top 40 music, ABC Coo- 



WOlcr (iStOVCoustrj music, Mirtual Mews and Sports, 
WUithcihr iMrares, selected religious programming; 
f e.iAi ' suesirt. 

1^ (13lO}-CQatemporary music, news tt S5 mimites 
past tte hour, headlines at 25 minutes past; continaous. 

WHNte (13S0)-Conntrir music, news spmis; eootimxNis. ~ 

il^t (i4001-Hit swil music, gospel programaiing, 
Mirtual Black Hetwbit News; continuous. 

WFOQ (14$0)-CoDtemporary music, news, weather voA 
, '■«. cohtiniious. 

WVfiC(1490)-ASC-Informatlon. 

WVAB (ISSO)-Musi(»I favorites, Mutual programs. 
Hew portd, sun(q>-sun8et. ^ 

W<^Pk (noO)-Euy listening popular music, "pop" 
QOpeeril, nfiC News woA features; 6 a.m.-stmset. 

VTAR^AM, liO, AMt Contemporarj music, infor- 
ai^ioii, apons, trif^ t^rts, CBS news a.id specials. 

PM STATIONS 

. IQQ^-I^y (li.7>fCoaleB4M>rar7 music, news, sports; . 
I e.ffl. - 4 p.m. McMly through 'HMrsdsjr, 8 a.m. - . 
tl p.ni. Pridajr, Oft the air ^turdajr and Smday. 

IV^M CH.SH^lassicai music. National P^c Radio 
Ncteptt pragrami, news; 6:S0 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. 

WltY-PM («2.1)-Pi¥ttlar hit music of the last 20 
jrears, piur it hit releases, news on the hour; 

eoHtttUens. 

^WFdG-FII (ti.9)-&udr listeniag music la stereo, ^ 
i$;Mt! e«it aiMniaiei^, so i»er cent vocal, early 
■ktfSil hfewk, «I5 U4 55 .pa# the hour, S:SM:55 
IkM.t MWB. S5 past the hcmr every other hoer, 9 a.m.- 
t p.m. IM l:SS and 4:S5 a.m., weather, l7 past the 
iKwr, S a.iB. - 7 p.m., continuous. 

ihitk-FM |93.7)-Progressive Album Ropk music, 
Mil rt 0. 1:90, "frSO, 1:30 a.m., faatare albiun at U 
p.a^ muomam of S commercials per hour; contia- 

tmis. ^ 

WKES^rU (K.'n-^sty listeniag stereo music, six 
doaittereUls «er bimr; news every half hour Aartat 
eerly moriAat period, every other hour tferooghont 
m day; iMiAer at the half hour througharit the day 
MM early evottig; mntimura. 

Wm'TU <9l.9).8teree music, live ealertainmeM. 
ABC ItMrs teitter. sports; 6 a.m.-U p.m. 

VC^^FM (97.3)-JUl stereo Classical, semielassieal 

Bil^C, HWS, COBOSNIWS. 

, imtA-FH (M)-Album rock music, news and weather, 
MMtiUiMM. 

WYFt-PM ri9.t}-AU ftereo Christiui music sad pro- 
f ranst cedtiMMMH Mood^r ttroui^ FrMiqr 1 a.m. - aiM- 
aigM Satarday and StttM^. 

WCMS-ni (100.S)-SMeo, Qxintry and wmtn tett 
ittuklc and ntws; coatiniwte. 

Hf* 'HI , .iN\ .^..'..itiiif popular iDu.sii ii««n, 
iports. ABC-fM Netwtt^i^ograms, ONitiwws. 

WOVI-FM (10t.9)-MA tkmto mmAc, a«M| coittH 



lr<»lK (104.9)-C(»ttMiM m mme MatarUg »b0m 
and albums, news, l^i^ omiMrcials; m$ t mitm 

fOU^HK^^MSiiWta HM^ Mm tMh ei^ 
UMktal CiniMii IJMt illli ■iMii—diiiiifi afeM 
ilhfthlctMUM M Mitey from S to I aA: cattM 
alt eentlMioeily. 



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■ 3«» taw a dof or cat or asytiiinc you wait to fivo am*. «t «UI 
m ti mtkMf FREE. Yts, that's richt, wt'U m your M ia Mr 
HM MettM. nua is a p«Mic servie* pr«vldo4 by vow hnaMm 
pa»Mr. 

Tow FREE BEE ad viU roaek jHstttitrtckt pM^t who «tU «i«Mlt a alM IwM IM 
SS^^ to* tf «•• aMMIhlat als* you kavt Id giw away. )NN» M«ia awi mI^- 
tart HB aigrtelalt ywr gcMirMity. So eall 5<7.«71 to ^ea yotv REE MS a4 



FREE -nms, m ym- 

»lf fM- Aramqled. IfiKI 
Ti««iwiiA». Va.B«aek, 
Vs. QM4A»r 5:00 -411- 



ST. BERNARD: MOST Mud 
food, loviag h^ie fm- 6 
yr. old Male, a. B^naM. 
iif is AKC r^irtmKl, m 
PVwrs ara iBcMM. fi- 
cellMt witb kids, tas 
Mewtly, gentle ^apo- 
iritkiB. Ftr nor* Moratt' 
tioii, all: «4.«w aft^ 
6:00 pm. 

^T-Y(HIII6 RABmrS 
give away to fm^ tana. 

All eakn ■ Call M7- 
6777. 

sue PUniES nix bred - 
Wrt taagie toKeodhooK. 
CaU 547-75«3. 



SIX I»UPnES MIX t»^ - 
part taail* to laodtam. 
Call u^ia. 



tmUdSA YS. - WUte 
Geraaa Staptard. Go to 
hone vWi ao<^ldrea. CaU 

aw-oiak 

PUPPIES - Nffe* Biale, 
three femalet tree to eood 
tome. «3-1716 E.G. at 
9044BanarDr. 



tm.- 547.^51. AU you 
ve to do iB die it IV. 



KnTfim - Ffw. Bora 
Wn, t nales, 2 fe - 
nalcB, tf 1 are Oitfly. Lit- 
tw tac taiaad. 1 nsate 
otttKW * aMte» wttt om 
Uae m. oiw greca eye. 
CM GEX Ptwtsmowth store 
ana.4M-tf7$. 

FREE-5TUI»3IT DESK— 
One (1) PER family. Last 
2 Sanunlays in Oetoter. 
<VM. * ath) rasKs, 
or:., mo Crawted St 



FREE TOGOODIigt - ; 
i** J*W. t/faia- i 
tareMUaaalVSdotar.* 
ana pteAnr Laola Ite 
am OoMa. S«-«M. 



AOnUBLE CAUCO KIT- 
taa— Bsate, 4 nonOs (dd, 
piq«d Md aiddly— seeds 
a lovtaf tone FREE to 
ri^ CMUy. Call 3^-0716 
tft»»H». 

FREE TREES, art your- 
seK Jar Oreweod. 1120 
Traitwood Ave. Va. Beaeb, 
Va. CaU after 5:00 - 481- 
M4 1. 

KITTEMS: Uacfc and wUte 
iMatai, 2 luattaflkLCall 

ADORABt^ part beagle 
P^Wyfree topiod home: 

COOQBISPAinH^rasK 
to kn^tam. Ske U 4 
yrs. 0^ hM teea tpKftd. 
is An; nH^^id aaipa- 
pers an taelaM. CalL' 
4>7-7«7. 



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s^tcr/ 


LAraior poppMa, 


«eel. 


lent peta or haati« tes- 
Free to good hone. Odl 


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FREE TO GOOD 


tome: 


2. < wk. <M pm. 


Mind 


te-eed. PrelH> to ka« to- 


K«th«r lagoodhsoi 


o.CaU 


S43-MS1 altar 1M p.B. 



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dO( mlud bread. Fcamlo, 
All taoto. Loi« 
temn hair. Lom 
«dayard.Uk- 
CallS41-4IU. 



ttniadnMLwetas:Fw 
frw MsnutlflB OB iood 
■^a^, mtto tor a am 
el "Food SiMr forlS 
Famqy" trm Ite Sooth- 
•wt MoraMiai Office, 
,<«M, nam M6, ITli 
Paaddica SL, NW, Atlan- 
ta, Ol 30IOt. 



FREE pqiples. Small 
moOer tt twrter. bd 
tt^ Aolt. C^ HS'K^ 
alto S p.m. 



O.-Fr— Eaa 



^ea. Free to lood home. 



KWMB - Ttry pntty 
Gr«t Brtdie aiia. ttT- 
27SI. 



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nES TREES-Oftfowtatf 
WKaMe tor llrcw«i>d Md 
Umber. CaU 4S$.44«t tf- 

tor 4:30 p.m. 

1 CUB scmT Aaewood 
Derby raceway. 4»-21IS 
after 4 pm. 

KilTi^M - 4 moaths old. 
Black female. Vn tta 
cut^t uttea award at tt# 
Cbesi^ake LiWu^ Con- 
test. Free to good home 
oidy. 4i2-»47. 

'^ — — ■ - ■ ■■li. * . — T t, i 

5 BEAUTiFOL lormiis- 

3 tomalta aad { malta. 

2 mmmtm. Wan^mmt. 
with sian«» i^jUpfs bnt 
Bot colon. FMSttt aieod 
hoflM.CaUM-Int 



WHITE CAT. male (ami- 
tered), 1 year cdd. 1 ytilow 
ore and I Uiie eye, good 
home only. 42»-4W4. 



FREE! Garsge Sale stasl 
naaim a sale? Coaiaiqr 

Rd-HUhv and pk^-m 

your FREE imlessloaaUy 
puiM«4 sjga Also we win 

)«»id yoo a tree "FOR SALE 
BY OWNER" sigB if yon 
art mering tad plaaidni to 
sen jmr owa taose. Call 
422-3620. 



FREE a)MMiniK:ATIOif 
cmrse tor limited time 
only. Call 428-5231 or 
come by totte SCIENTOL- 
OGY MSraON of VirglnU 
Beach, 206 2&id ». Va. 
Beach.^ Va. Please cmme 
to bd floor to recister. 
——————— — I' 

saEWCmiOGT: Fnolee. 
tare cf^jr tedi^ at 3 pm 
and 7 pn «■ IMs eoatr^- 
venial timely 8tf)|ect. G«t 
your tn u t HtUmt a nt w er w d, 
be iafinrmed. Mo ofaltea- 
toi. 206 22ndSti«ri- 
t^iatoirs. Va. Bmteh, Va. 



GISOIAN smraERD pn>- 
piaa •. l^MiagMde jm- 

tor tamomm to pl^W 
421-9614. "^ ^ 

BABY YOUNG RABNTS- 
give away to nod tame. 
AU cfdors. CaU 417-6777. 

CATS • two btt^ . fizsd 
WMdd taw to go as pair. 
C-Ol ^u-m^ 



SMALL CACtmtmi^ 
ata cattinca - noad care 
nntfl estobHahed In nnny 
window. Dirt and pot Mt 
inetatod. CaU 547-'a7t. 

ADORABLE CAUCO Ut - 
tmn^male, 4 ntatlkn old. 
^yfol and eadA[--ne«b 
a loving hoB*. fl^ to 
rigU funi^. Cyi »i^» 
alter 5:00. 



FREE TO GOOD BC»IE. 
Six t%er eolorad IMow. 
Looks lite ItorlafllTT. 
-Utter bn tmina*. l-irim. 
oM - waned. Clutltea^ 
area. 4M-574t. 

P UPPIE S - Mfamdbrwed, 
nMtfmn rind <kgs, put 
afe^tard and eedc-a-poo, 
Frae to food tame.^ery 
adortate nd tovlag, mast 
see totaPraeiate, 4^-9614. 

FREE CAT-riz yaan old. 
bs Unck short hair, IS 
Ita.. taa tad atato, tami 
nenterod. Trated id stay 
ont^de daring tta d^, at 
idgtt stoqn toaUa. VwYaf- 
tocttonate. Laavtag area, 
frae to good home oriy. 
CtQ4M-nM. 



t 6-im OU) pv«. Mixed 
bread - ft«f«- to taq) 
to^ttM- iafoadbomt. Can 
543-6031 aSw 7:30 p.m. 



FREE: 6 month old tomale 
L^mder Itotriew, Mov- 
ing tat MHt ftadatovtog 
tanttf tor pet, prefR-eaa 
that has Iti^ tmesd m4. 
~ ha> tari tta taiiaMr 
g^^ CaU il7-4Ml. 



2 Kmns. • iro. tM, 
Ota IMV tair tiHk, one 
abort I0r vlitte HHln 
(••I fltvfaved, hta taots 
CaU 4«-«n. 



FREE^|l9dta 


•», La. 


tedor^^lm< 


».BkoU 


* «ormatf. Ihto 




broken. m-MlMtorS:ie 


pjn. 




FREEKirtew- 


• rts. 


m, ututtHmt 


1. Tab- 


Urn Cair#4-Wi6after 


3 p.m. 






GREAT BRIDGE - female 
wistas to ahare apt. with 
same. WtU conaider t 
dKH. - 4l2-ir74. 
CAHAGtSALE 

REDUCE SAFE * FAST 
witb GoBese Tablets A E- 
Vap "water pills". Mur- 
den Drufr 



IL 

to : T, 

TERPRISES, P, 0, Bw 

219, Notart.IndiaJiB 46342. 



>-rrta 



wxra ambnE «••« 

lOTiat HeMr %W Ms <d 
room to fta Md^f. 9 
noMi m «HMte, spiMd 
and hM aU tabta. Good 
dl^oMnaw FRE£ to good 
home. 3«i9<». 



6-rtwita 



fmtc 



IftarM 

to 



Fa « free fm-mmwnt cau 
(nwmhanaoohflpfi 



Mm at 1 1 ■ B 




FRE£ CttLOREN ACR- 
vrriQ-^Ht and m^n, 
mM dafiudpnppatstavi 
CaU OUdNn Co««MMn- 
tor.^p Foretata tf 

FREE SrmY BOUR-for 
chiktren to talp work- 
ing parents, tar ehUdren / 
ages 3 to 6, on Wodnmt- 
days at ? pan- sMI Satw- 
ilays at U a.m. Cheaapaata 
Hejd^piarters Library to 
Great Bri(%e. 



©DTT* a«W/f The 
^MarMtoltosiiiess 
■Wta«l*giip»idtoM- 
4i8t yon iMjear etm - 
tamr prtaMls, Ctf *n- 
sin^ ■ 4:0^ Mtwtor 

- ' PwUf. 'Wtt la yotf 
»rdU«ML Kvatai'ttalp 
im, wa Mtt ^Nm teU 
|M My w raiu- y«i to 
praptr afam^ itocaataip 



AtTENTRNI: Frta Bat 
MpefOsMvl As a iM>- 
«tfa to M (aad y«an^ 
fttata tad in «Ml emm 
]«n-*PltEEBIE''ad«lta 
iwhava 'ilvwaw^r'irow 



YOUR.eatpat will naver to 
claanar or look bettor w- 
til you try ns. Free at' 
timatos - Low rates • CaU 
•vMimt after 6 p.m., 4tl- 
9802. 

PlVtO TUNING: Servliv 
Tidewater area for IS 
Jitars. Ttailltwta«,M0- 
12S4 (answertac aenrlee 
9 - S. Monday - Friday). 



PMMnet I 
rorr 

SON 



S«-4i7l 
4M-34M 



FREE- pMi a a. sUataata 
taaptardTlatt mnlw tad 
tomalaa. SweetaoM.CaU 
482-1016. 



FREE WOOD - From old 
abed, good tor nrtwood. 
eaU 427-2211 or 428-0100 



THREE 

German Shqghrd L 
free to good tan^'OM 
IHaefc and two iMte ones. 
Six wadm oU aad reuiy 
to go now! C^ S«-4M3. 



FREE - T«o e^. One to 
a aoUd UMt iMttte, qpay- 
ed otter to a aolkl vWte 
male, nantoad. Both cato 
are v«y gaaOe. Gii^ a- 
way bacnima o( aUortos. 
Need my loHag honta, 
older cento wtaMnvd. 
Call M7$MaaAarSp.m. 



FREE to a good borne male 
part Angi»« fctttan 7 watas 
cdd, Utter tratoed. mil da* 
liver for yoar approval with 
to reas(«alrie dtotanee. 
Free food and Utter box. 
Call 547-247S alter 4 p.m. 



10 - THAT'S morriH! 

10 German ailAartfVr 

' x&r S^ff-PJ!^-^ na ta 

Come tab year |M! CaU 
467-32S4, alter 6:00 pn. 



DOG - 7 north oM part 
I'nbadn', fjrta to loviag 
tome inmadlat^. Itoto. 
Hoostarotaa. vny alflc- 
ttooate, lovw eUlibaa. 
481-3073. 42i-7i6y. 

KITTENS: Males k Fe- 
sMles, S.^B. 
bslrod, Haaa 1 
sh^. t hiBck. I aaOd 
wkUa aadi anin kRtoa 
witolAnaptaritoaaaad 
loriag tana tor IHackte- 
malc kUtoa, 3 noa. (dd 
aad 1 UMk Ula Uttaa, 
2 mos. tU. t idtoa iron 
Itortowaat Uvar Part. 
421-9567, 

BUYER raOTECTK»l-If 
you're to tta maitat tor a 
aaed e», ttart'a a fini 
tow to prolart yaa agalMt 
odosMtM' flxtoi, ndltoK 
back tte mltoaga cotaler. 
Write for tta free toidar, 
"CoMamM-Pratedtaalto- 
dM> Itew Arttefl««rtog 
Odomatw U«/' Hon Ita 
Raltoay Hgtasr TnlBa 
Satoty Atarfaistrtftoa «• 
Sevaathft.S.W.,WMUif- 
toa D.C. tOHO. 

UXXOfG FOB A WP- 
FALOroMttOrnKtttoM 
convaattoa? Or Wmfm a 
awettaselttatoaaBtocfc- 
Mrd Pa«mltaa7 Ftod oat 



'Fim to a g aad ka n e aa ly . . 

9 month aantM Seal PiM 
kittw. Sheto. «7-«990 - 
490-«M. 

PEMatAjL TAX iBtarna- 
ttoa aad Mstoianea. CaU 
totvaea t a.n. aad 4:4S 

P-to. Ttidjtatoa 46t-3W9. 

PREEI^ATSERIISPOttT 
t^te-tto-hoar. Raantoa 
mads area toreea^Toial 
M6-1812. . 

lOTTBWI: tfMMleUttoMi, 
T«*v e^mt,^ iWer 
tnitad. 8«a«fctaM. ^«e 
to goad bone. itt4-10i6, 
aflwSp.m. 

BE OQR PnEMD- Adopt 
aad glva yoar love aad 
tane tor oar ai«Ma. We 
aaad yotf h^ Ports - 
noato nnnaa Boelaty. 
3fT-6004. 

PREE-1 l/«>. aWmtto 
<toK. Mixed taaad,nadlaffl 

'It G«4. P*. Mtaffll 
pi vitm. Nsadn laed 
tome wlto ftaeadnnl. Ttu 
had state, in-sm. 

FREE: 3 Uttoas, mate. 
«^te, gray aad Si^ 8 
2S>;. to food tana. 4M- 

0476 alter 3:80 waiMiw. 



VfiST aitocti. ate ett to 

^Wahotaandfcaatata 
■Mtarad. Tralaad te •toy 

fl«9B tasida at tk 

Uavtoi area awl n«5L- 
a food home, dli-mo. 

ISEO A tommmitfubtm ' 
qpftor tor jmtt- dvto 
P? CbU 00-^71 ta- 



SewiNG of aU klUs, Mr. 
k Mrs. &M* Claaa (toUs. 
■r. t Mrs. tonnn- doUa 
C|r ChiMmta. Call m- 

ATTENtlCM EMa Fata! 
A eMIeetor's Itoffi. iMa 

BrtfiT. qptner aetata 
.«, tar diato |i.9S. 
MmtoMttaatodkma- 

$4:11. yoat^rtfaidorseal 
^Md eavriwc t» free 
j«tol5. Bee Flrit. P.O. 
Bex mtf, PwtiHBoath . 
^81705. 



GENERAL maiatelMce aik^ 
hou.'irteeplng person. FnU 
tit'-e !-5 p.m. five days 
"^^^i- Must be r«spon- 
• ■ ■- pfvson. Call 547-5224 

CARD CARRYING ELEC- 
TRICAN. Full time work. 
Call 486-0^17 - 8:30 to 5 
P.m, 

WmSD -. PART TIME. 
ISOO hoar to tetairitoae 
taittess Bms. BxceUent 

* < WHte 

AMdiii C«»ibr, li-dABroad 
»»«. Ftor«ce. MwJer- 
mumw 



»iALL locredi. 

;rn machine. 1 
olous pre-packaged corn 
Id Z 1/2 mlwtes. Good 
for home or busiaeas, es- 
pecially bars, blt«(«, mo- 
tels, etc., 416-1';' 



TRUCK BED CAMPER 
homemade, fits * ft. track 
. bed, good eonditioo. Call 
487^1606 after 5:00 pm. 
or aeekends. 

JterWOOD- OA'' - Jpllt, 

^mtvered, stacked $35 

truckload b op. 545-0198 

.■**.'[• SOO or l-357-'J946, 



J!M 


^totoflLt 


Mcim 


IHR^STH^ 




fddtistied,|j[r- 


fadli 
(80Zr 


■Oee 



itn 



WgWUUSWNO/ ,„„„ 

Mtea laik torm^ laa- 



EMILY's ANTIQUE SHOP 
OpeadaUy. 3204 High St., 
Partenonth. All types of 
anttniaa, cot glass, china, 
tormtore. Bantamericard 
and Master Chaife. Call 
397-8027. 



NORTH SHORE 

2 bedroom, full kitchen, 
dining area, drapes, fur- 
nished, Smo (8822) -'^l 
RENTEX 63r>-1010 fee 

VACAliaES * 

1. 2, 3, A 4 bedrms. f^l 
areas, all prices. (Mo 
8 an to 9 pn, 7 daysSa 



sr-arttssr* -wBBw 



i'Laat 






. it a.B. aad Baota. 
Mbai^vUutmiAFrMay. 



I^OBT e«t.«ala, ttagfc 6 



BAMfintB: Win imp 

cmUi CARE-to my boiw 
day waalL or hov. Faatad 
gwt ^fiiariataad re- 

to^netaTltt^. 

BAAlimuu-MhrheaH. 

nmtntmmi WardaCor- 
tar. #MBW. 



lW Tideimw Gqir^wB- 
dsaee Bibte seiodi wfll 
MBda Free Bate Coarta 
toaU idtowritetoloraeB. 
Wt havellvteoarataavBU- 
aUa, one fnreliUdiwi, i»-U 
AM tor temis; sad an aik^ 
lad advanced ranrse tor 
adnltt. Write to: Tide - 
«N«- Correqjondtace 
Wito School. P.O. »a 1247 
<*atapeake. Va. »320. 

DOUT PAY tor II. Oat tt 
*m$k m llMflntaitais 
Oi ta n a k e PMlA~ U- 
^ix9; origtoaljntotiB g aby 
total arttsto; HoDyweod 
toovtosif and sodptwa to 
datante yoar hena. ITa 
atoo tava toads of iraafeN 
fc^tattrntodeeanteywr. 



m 



S^.PWjpWtara and 
W8tejtf».ab#in[wtaal. 
«ln»te«la,AM-niater- 

«jJg«JM. WiO CaU 

DODGE: 1976 C<M.T, vtoyl 
t<*,alr-coadMioaii«,AM- 

MtoH rtidtarl 



■*WS»WWB-WHlka» 
taa pra^Mtaol ace dtW 
to^ny hotoa. Bapariaaeed 
M4_ taBaMa. Former 
•(itool ttataar. 54S-8vn. 



4 



FREE MOVIES avnir'Vad- 
naatav at 12:10 p.m. $k 
Wry Itonry, 301, E. City 
atf An- Norfolk. 

FOOR KnilMS ' Vary 
---»*6faekaol*fr«a. 

^ .* '^ ■ " ' *^ ' 

3ndorriUe'hitteu,6waato. 
lM«--traiBad. CUl 
43S2 after 6KI0. 



VAK BODY. Mb A? 



ARE new a maaagarf 
Let ma show yonhoa^raa 
tan naaala a baatotas of 
ytar e«a idte tt iatatta 
potertial of 11.00a pan 
■MBUt tta Orst yaw ta aa 
laitial lanatmant of an- 
dar HOO. Early rnttt* -^ 
atat poasiUt. TraU« 
aBdgild8BMdvea.Phooe 
for iatorvfav 482-1164. 



r ">IF FEMALE, haU 

' '" "' h'H'ffcAer- 

i I "Ola lite amaU 

i- 5: 4509. 



WnCK - IMS BlviBBA: 
fttatol totoraat ar. Pall 

0116 alter iHlOpB. 




Fra|_»arnA iife-4^1. 




oa'^WteT^^ 




nniQn-6 lilack. toala* 
M^rrtatoftatftava. 
l«WlseU.4lt-IM9. . 



SJt tad brata. ,M«l 



DOG - 3 yr. M 

MlMd terriw, beaw. 

I*jre8chlldr«i,fraa.463- 
0434. 



„^ t/DAC 

tawkatavUtoaMittMs. 

fo lead hoata. MS-HST. 



al leva. 



CptUE - fOtn. fan 

tana Witt toll 
BtaeBaai for 
pit .6B7-M17. 



FIt&E - Ftai^a . 
m. 8mm. 



Itn Bttaat, I dr. tatdi- 
tock. S aaaad. tafy de- 



FBOiT AMD BACK BEATS 
for7l.8ar9SPar«atea- 
dard dae. 54t-«9l. 
FREE 



Mta. days W-mm, iter 
- flS-OTt). 

im • iMncR - M.O0O 

Mm, ttaaair,utonatto 

MotJ afr. t dOtHT €09ft, 



S^IMO after 6 p.m 



C^ 



BEAGLE Plrti^ ^ 

atat will taUdrarFSa 
to feod hmna. 4II-Bi«, 
9»» 6 »asfcdaya. 

FREBtUMBS- to taa^ 
oal^p^Pnri».liotai«lT. 
gp. Bmifcianaa, Chtt& 
Biuwn, 



maair more itf ClMW«dM 
■tafcaartera tlbrari, 
Oraat Bridie <iairta^a 



FOtnimljnd 



Wirt's kmataiii to i 
tebynUKttlatanitae 



irMon-Wd.tt's 
tta tooist's aaw Rnsm! 
Mend. 



3 VERT CUTE long haMd 
PtaPtos. 6 lAa Adntala 

SUMEKB CAT - Mta^. 
nart Ited good hona - &a- 
etomd aad a a ater a d annto, 
San4»iirt,2yn.iM'Lttta 
to. eat qdtar itaate aad 
Make '«*Kt«. «M-2M7 



3 mSO 6ERMAV Stap- 
harta. Potato - 8 wetas 
oU. CaU diM- 6 p.m. S4S- 
6692 



ES^a^rrT&K 2 
male s. CaU VS-imt. 

FREE ksrm mmwv tor 
l&t>i<». Grart Brt^ 
ar«.i Alter ? p.m. CaU 
547-74M 



^ awtavu. A^poaa 

» ■■111 11^ .1 *A 1.- ? ■ ' 

mltaa^liOtKanpavOla 



BEFCaiEPUTBIGa 

deladw tor yo«r tanu 
••■I tor a rta# 
fivtog eiM^ 

natas of Ika 

todtoa tad audala. Fraa 
Ihn PtaUcOttotaBa- 
tagtlOrMpi *m9». 
M^Wtaliai^.D.C, 
800S6. 

FREE BBocmnn' 

tett yoa how to gat tan- 
gitontad - umaaaUaad 
Bioi'h|l|iii Rtttatatt. A- 
a^^S^ asei^. Write 
l«r fow ratE mo- 
annss to ■. lubm tt. 

K$tef. toe. P.O. Bta IM. 
Getxville, NY 140H. 

niB rttnirapmna^to 
IMa at&taTaata, Wfo- 
daar iNaii a«d TM^Ma 



FIVE puptM fota. Five 
amata dd, ffloltar Aiuri- 
cta %ite, fOhar Giddca 
0)^ter ^aatel. 2 mates 
aad three females. (^ 
Mt-aM3 after 2:69 week 
days ata aUweta-ead. 

PiaVATE BREEDQ wUl 

Sw fnehometoadHorwte. 
•ka, or a^ birds not 
vnirtod by owner. AtoQ tree 
art tor imnred bbda. 
ftote pamlt no. M064. 
Write: Rlek at P.O. Bar 
^m, Chasapaate, Va. 

F8BI DIFORMATKSf to 
M ta ato a ra: Are ywioiag 
to tava Hnms Tinia uiauiiiat 
wack dtaa? Bay a «ar, ap- . 
jrttotaa or T.V.? (Ml yoar 
Mtar BastasMBaraulur 
rtaoit a fim yw are 



tacr«ce at mm. Cad i 
an-StlS. 

BUICIt LTD, 1175^ Uilit 
blM with vhttatoiHlw tap, 
alr^aitftttaad. altpevar, 
tat-«kMlTm^irMiMf. 
^JJte ^. Mm ataf. 



ISS 



^KMBjgteSWANT- 

BD or nns abea: mM, 

atadaito.lfoM- 
_ laaeaasaryistra- 

i). iuaoaratlma 
. tf loaM. 1100.00 
$ itatiUal fiQfie 

gvataiafordatoBajPPS- 
»», » FraaUln n04, 
Chtean •JN06-' 

BARN MONBT NOW. Tata 
Effort for Uta #nwali7. 
CaU tor Am atoim a 
((dlfNa800-631'liBII. 

AIX) aaMiwr taoone-aua- 
UiM year own <Ua|rlta- 
toniip. Annme wftk am- 
Mttoa CM do.it} Wa trato- 
4f7.S65^. 

Xara ma s yl lT 

si OHortaitv tor 
... -lIParittoMa 
Ml Tina. Can 4i?-itM 
atalota. 

EARN OTRA »!! In 
ppovM malHag program. 
nUBt DETAILS, COR - - 
CEPTS. P.O.RalS092, 
MrfoU; Va. mot. 



^mtlOai SUITE: ALL * 
MAPLV h^ada: BA 
Nta ^m aMrma « 

la ifihm, dtest of 
dravars, lenMidihnlr- 
ror ad jMM stood. 1^0 
a tart bitor/ ALL ARE 
Df EKFtLEBT CONDI- 
TlOm CaU «8-(rf% after 
4P.M.^ 

iUn O6lWi0llER-2i,^' 
BTV, wiadow«rtl,pakl|«0, 
nmme9 rt ^S, 497-«nS< 

' ■■—■"■■ |- ' /--^f"'' " . -' .-'ii' i I 

FHUSER • tta. fi.Pnirt 
Fra, aprlfht, oetflMt 
e"««a, |WJ0«9-»8S. 

GARAGE SALE - fUal - 
tare. TV staad, tfrt's 
clotbM, tafltai 8t«^/ 
boota ndimsrtmldfooda. 
Wiutoor Woods, Ins. 
Kings Pt. M. S^irday, Oct 
Si sta Ort. 29. »:00 - 
Stoepn. 



jgzxraz 



CASH W 1 nwR 
Faaitve. sttva, dto- 
nMifo.^elitea,iaaipa, 
tO(ds, ay towseMd items. 
Ateo intaested to buying 
oaUreertatn. Dayornicht 
461-38U. 




APT. FOR RENT -IBDRM. 
apt. 1509 Cbeapeake Ave. 
Soutii Norfolk. MirQUZ 
•tor information. '**^- 

46- Roues tor Ra] 



AVAILABtX NOW 
Many 2. 3, 4 and 5 

room vacancia, r 
la« laaaa. Kids, 
welcome. All luaas 
with biUa paid. 
RENTEX 62S-iO10 



COZY FOtEPLACE 
4 bedroom, garage, ^ 
ped kit^tta, dining a 
kid and Ilk. ok. r~ 
RENTEX 625-1010 

OPTIOKTOBUY 
3 bedroom, ^ieSp^^^O^ 
dhnn, tiKlMng ^sbwas - 
», <UdRf area, tidis, pf i 

ok,J7333) i i, 
BEBTEX, 625-WlO.^ 




J>»»>r|afofiulaw 



muam 



WME STTBS TOR SAVE 

' Jn* 
Peopte. 

k oiatom . 

SALES (»'nCE. 

k 'i>. 



CA8B a 4»i ojp prtea 
for asta ftintftere or any- 
^fm nf «la. GoodwUl 
atorts rt home. Day or 
■Hit- «7-8328. 

WANT to tay old la^o, 
Bddto, aataoUa. lattor, 
aayaadlttoa, 481-4890. 

»^ID AN AFRMOOIf 
■**l tosaiyi AdvarliM 
yoar nragewto«Bh« tow 

eat firt Ad. CaB 847-4891 



KHICS (%AMT-632 
Ptoa. Virginto Btac 
2MSS- Air oadittonit, 
Jtory, 4 badraam, f i 
tath, Sale ntfi», w 




two taUdiaa. 4S6-461S. 



AaamBted aWtt tnuto 
Ptafocrt)^ aritt a^a to 
Mapntoaartat. Bin,ae- 
— "'T|, a sod^ael- 
. ata I yr. «9«rt- 
la taspaaiUa pctf- 
mn dnrtka A daval9 - 



PAST-TDOS 

altoL__ 

huaHaMta 



FOQtSED OFFICE 
Ctaar Rd k Alte 
Jit. 7 lirtatodoffial 
1/2 aera aefi. ^WrteiBi. „ 

.JtO-WjM , I 

ARDMORE: ExceUatca^ 
dittoe. 4 bdrn., Z iKtfiu- 
Cape Cod. Certral ^^2 
new ti<ttng, gattMrtog au& 
Stwm windows^ Inslde.i 
many axtrtt. S43-9Moi , 
: -ri 

QtEAT »n)G£-fi8H Mta- 

1/2 tath. »0O plus sq.lrt., 
^ UitoS ara. By ownfr.i 
136,000 Ito ageMs pAiJe ' 

MT-«B^. _^ ^!^ , 

OftalWpfca. »^ a dos. '- ' 



NQs^nEw RARE ooira - 
Norfitt's mort cai^toto, 
tay. artl. tnute. I^ii« 
i^rcola; 42SDHfo«« 
Staptaag Cater. Norft^. 



»-6agd 



nfon 



folal 



arM.TUato 



•da 



tank ale. Far 
■aiki ad ai 






tor fo- 
«i film ttOa,. 



OaiE WAY to mate a tra 



aUtfiBft talirtnita 
m Nl-es-lfile 




Midiqnaaal Mo^ ap- 
is, fraaai bert, 
le worit ^tana tad 
^raas ofen- 
^,_„ pradaeto aai aa- 
idtaa. CaB pawBatta 
Btalaau Baraa rt 117- 
WL Tatoftata taan fKA 
■ <« Mota^ - Fri»T 

FSIE to.^od _ . 

mm < nmtta oM. Part 
Tarrfa ad part ^ptts. 
Uas cMldra. Saan-teod 
«rtckdog. Blaada wiOi tMte 
■iartaeai an «7-8363. i 

ATTENTK)N!II! fod aa trto l' 
aad eoastrarttoa firaa, 
fra taaltaf of an anp 
plywood ad toadtar to ta 
Bsad la tta pi^pow oi 
llMfoc Unftoaaa. 4S4- 
46W. X 



- 1 a BfCVGisaafeBrtiOTtaa - 
iMia an^Mteta^pta- 
m a lUa a aani^ aa- 
sat^a artttad, "An 
Atafl l aaiiltHim>'>Tte». 

to iiMCto ttfatewar to 
da • tt-yavMU 

ilitataaiaatt-^ 

la 



tata ta 8lffli«n«p«m- 
iM- na akaUlrta for 
a^tti tarts of lyr 
•^teda tor I ]n». ad- 
aerttoa. StaiJd ta «QUa 
to «Mft to Ctaaqwake. 
Va. aaritogartaiT9t.a60 
par aa. As viaa^ 
taaa «Mute wm ta 



to : unto 
fr%Mto. 



4S2-i«8. 

.^MaaaiM^£L. 

FRUIT ntEES: Nrt trea, 
tany plate, tnmeiMa, 
toadantog ptoat Buteri- 
al -flfleradbylMai^ta's 
toriart grovers. FREE 
«nr48-a piaUaiirtde 
e^as to iBokt, m n- 
«art. Waytataoro Bar - 
aula, toe. -Wvaesbao. 
Vb|lato22liO. 



MERRffKLD - BrSl 
'^. «tta bedroomm 
^ room, central rt^ 



«l^Ha. %te taPila 
ttmm (0.0. Form P-tfi 
atOalla tna toal K 



COSMETICS*- a ItarrtHdl 
FtoM toitaly omod an- 

ato m^ui^U Va. 
enSgwle. Part- 
ttna aaaidtaito aaodad. 
PoartUa fo aaii I100-, 

an. fmmttHm aatoa.^ 
sna^^ Btarsaa, tta, 



taoaa ta raaaltaf ta s 



i. Oct. li tun at 



PI 




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dasaa tad M«r^1kto- 
sou. Pa AudiortolMta- 
(toa, aU 4H-4MI after 
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s bedroom, antral b^t- ♦ 
121,000. I 

2 bedroom, eiatalfiroitt -k 

124,^ • 

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CLASSIFIED ADS.1 

SaUtog, rei^ a yrf^ to C^sapate, Virgii^ 

ar cmmmit VtavtonrBaiaSln. CM^ 

PertdtoM^BMataanfoaasMr. '^ 

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to^. Citt 847'«7l a 4M^t43i a a^ta mP 
toa^ atagk. We¥e lera to h^p jNT^ y^ 

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toma tattMta. Stad dto- 
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BRBEDING agtarabred 
tampe and yorks. Bars 
and gilts. Deerpath 
Fama, Prrttlto.Va Bl- 



l^etoaUidta, 



ta la ( ) l^Hs a Otti !...„» 

OPteawMrtU^ 





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ic education, is accept- f 
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all Uadi, "Snusr>« BoHr 
loves people, 1 vblte nbbii 
ittb beaoUAil ,pli* ejres. 
Free as a pair lo tbe fifiit 
bone. You must have cage 
with butcti prepared inad- 
Tuice. M0-27Z6-call after 
S at tti|bt. 











ombAILYSPlf iflLtPM 
aeiiutlftal Brick Raseb 



nntoKOKBftoc homss 



PRICES BECn AT |lt,800 
Optional: Garage, Fireplace, Central air. No Down 
Parmept to Veterans. Only 1200 total casb re- 
..qoired of Veteran Purchasers 

Ucatid off Deep Creak BM. 
1/S mile wrih of MtUtanr Bwy 

WIKWAtliLTYCO. Sft-074« 



NLn 



-rnr,£, rtUHBER FOR ARMY RETIREES 



Tiw United St^es. Atm now provides a iiew toll- 
free botllM for hetn timnu who bt^i daestlflns or 
proidMU pertaUmi to tbetr t)ty. Tbe miaW is 1-800- 
48a*SaM and the boors of operation are teom. 7:4$ a.m. 
to 4:00 p.m., Basteni Staqiftnl Tlwtaailfroia 5:4»i.ia. 
to t:OQ p.in., Uowitliii Standard TlM, UxMu thnwh 
Friday. Calls received at otMrttfliM^nberecwdS 
SuiMiaUcaUy and a retam call wlU be nude wttUn 
two days. The new line is designed to allow Artay 
Retirees to call at do eapenae snd, ttopefaUy, to pro- 
vide then with better service Iron tbe Army Fiaaace 
Center, ladlan^olis, Indiana. 



DEALERS WANTED 

': 'JidlTidaals, ttale or female, mated by I.P.S. tot the 
lila 9t flame bniyl photo products and processing. 

KODAK WESTIN6H0USE 

EVEREAOY KEYSTONE 

l^«^ FOLAROIO HOLSON ALBUMS 

"' {vrehase of nerebaadlse only. Ifinimua parehaaa b 
JgaXl. B« a part of the fut-gnnriiw UlUon dollar 
l^kato iadastry! 

Call Hr. Green (ToU Free) M0O-S4S- 1200 
. . or Collect SU-^-lTCS 

^^ Or Write: INTSRHATIOHAL PHdTO 8UPPLT 
IMN. TUrdSt 
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^Elanei Dream Workshop 

Dreams-Understood are 
guides to fulfitlmerit 

Beginners- A fternoon 

l-Sessioo - $3.00 
A- Sessions ^IIOjQO 

SmaHgroiMs for in(Mviduaf attentiorh 

*MaB-MCTMt fnvts 



toRAISECANE 
also 

Landthatls 

Nothard 

to BEET. 

A Rowing country needs \qM of growiag tkiiqis. 

Lib Ngir forfood. Cottoa for doiltiag. Evea 
trees for Janlen 

And tke Sbvth was a perfect |ihce to raise jvat 
aI>oM aaythiag. With icrei of fouk land and ▼arm 
svaslufle. 

Feed^ tU hvflgry iadakrid regieai to tlie aortk, 
tie Soirth Itflped make a oew sad ilniggliag coaAtty 
groir Mioag aM pnoiperoas., 

Todqr, Amcnca keepf gettiag rtroager every day. 
Tbaks to imr 9Vi m^ioa AfMricani taking Hock 
ia tfceir tooatry by bayias U.S. Savii^s Boms. 

I^y kibw that u diey re wofkiu for tkeir 
fotare. dietr Bonds an wvriciiig ktfffor America's 
fatwR.too. 

So, \t»j VS. Savings Bonds tltfo^ you 
Paynll Savi^ flaa. 

Whetlier ywi're raisbg y^^aUes <« a family, 
they're • great. «ay to im. 



SaiiM E Bofcd* pay 6% intend when held to maturity of 6 nan 
(4 Vi% tha Strt y«») . blcRit is not lulMect to itite or load 
■aooaa taiah a^Mpal tax BKqr ba Samiad until icdMBptioa. 



SpwiiH Wairtty Co. 



Va.fitac^ 
Phon© 420-30.1 2 



fKfipia Retfiy C*. u pnad to preawt ttenwest 

■emker of their staff. Hasty fatMhJla ia h^ 

^Aw<^ t» he aMe to aid ia MMacaiyal yew Real 

,|iv. Batata aeeda. Hto hesM piM» la 4N^S0ll. 



VW SERVICE 




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Comfi99f Engine Rm^ltM 
Engine Exchange " Tim-^ 

^20-5500 



COLLEGE PARK 





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Mi..MEWi«-BEtj(i«?ewr', 

realhoMes 
•39.950 

Over 1^400 Sq.'Fi of living space 
Your wm (and on 4 aides' 
CarpatinQr air-conditioning. & 
appliances included in price 
Private Bath & Tennis Club 
See furnished mf>H«lf» 

IPSWICHTOWNVILUS 

COLLEGE PARK 
Viniinla Bead>/Ch«sspea)w, Vs. 

Take 1-64 to Indian River Rd. Interchangai go west 
1 nae to Collage Paj* eatraaea at Providence Rd. 
4 fDUow signs, q ikart OriaiB. aalMjIaasger 

424-9679 

If ighta 4U-4S1& 

Missa 




THE CIiAMC,..Ftf;ffer_- 
» jmrs, MPTUL <f #tf 
Mo. ill tea set itaadfi« 
hy wUdi aU oOMr tas 
i^es are Btnipal, . 

MhW JaiMMoas 

OB. woSd hdte SNiii fniai 
to had(.4tte ae^pur.... 
haras loager...laife areas 
^1 he Imtad efWea^. 
TiMMead IMrwa^n 
9as^ii^dMdga.SaiMr$l 
Ipr mmamumtt ta- 
sowea Geida M i0M 
wood hnters, flr^^eM. 
eoal heaters sad eeiabl- 
ftrM. 




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RrtplaM Slop 

im-A H. AHMI8TEA0 AVE. 
HAMPTON. VA. 23086 

QneUoefcottiiercaryhe- 

UadlggS. 

Ceaipiete ibe eg wood 

atoves, aadfir^eaa. 

SalM aad iastaUdlM. 



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C. TWwly-faur taatti 



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AIR COMPRESSORS 




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AdME HIPBOVEHEMT - 
Carpaatry, ro^liH, siding, 
ram at l flw ^w, aaHrm win- 
itows and doors, plaster- 
tag, electric, eoncrete 
wak, iMianbing, gattering, 
remodeUiig kttcheas and 
hathrooBs, btUk andblock 
«Ml(, ^tamlnum sidiag, 
ffiinbttact's, carpetiBg and 
p^^- Jfinrfiw ,11 Tide- 
wstef. M2-4519 



BLA6K 
BROTHlRS 



Bnildav 

Home f mproTements 
Cootraetors 
Garage Builders 
Rom AckUtions 
Alamiminn Siding 
Roofs - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 



645-7ai8 



Hugh E. Black, Sr. 
UOO Park Avenae 
Chesapeake, Va. 



CONCRETE WORK 

Driveways, patios, walfc- 
waj«. It years eiperieBce, 
Jane 4, small JdM. Free 



TIDEWATER WDfDOW 
CLEANERS. C(»immreial 

and resldeotial ~ 22 



years of ezperlcace. 548- 
2742. 



ALL TYPES remodeling, 
Iilumtdng, electrical, ma- 
aonary, no iob too small. 
Call 867-1301 anyttme, day 
or n^t. 



GARAGE AND ADDITIONS 
Kitchns, remodeling and 
home r^airs, General Build- 
ing and Repairs, 399-2219 



S. A. Niidues 
Ceramic A floor tile. Old 
a new work. Bathroimis, 
kitchens and porches. 
FREE esUmates. Call 465- 
S8S7. 



LOT CLEARING, Grading, 
Demolition, Acreage 
clearing. Small or large 
}obs. By the hour or job. 
FiUIE estimate - call 547- 
U02. 



J. CALLAHAN PAINTING 
interior, ffict«rior, acoustic 
itlown ceilings. FREE es- 
timates, 588-6319. 



RH BLACK 



lavrovMMat Co. 



it is Mitf Hwt ttw Grealc ptaywfigltt Aasefiykn w« IdMed 
« Miture droppeii a tortoisa on his Imid lieed. mi>- 
h for a nOt. 




Consumer Infonnation 
Center, Dept. A. Pueblo, 
Colorado 81009. 



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Wee, two story 4 bedroom bom«.TatlaraKtwoiiMa. 
talto roiMi, cat-ln kUehaa, atUfftMon and iwrtctf 
i»S«iMiamiV' Alao hgs alee ftacad'ln jiH oil 
haaaa hu attecimd gataga. Comfortable Uvlng in m$ 

4iHMaUanl Crescent Hunter's Point 

hmAx Pauline Going 

at taaHnri yum are aialiirieaan la real aslala 
• HNDttftt ID » atrieUadta««des as ««mhafla 
KMilaaialalaheardaaMlodhellaileaal Assodaliae 
MlaallatataBoarda. 




^roMcl yow InvMmmiH $•• om ofttmB^Mhig ana naatmal 




TayiQj Brothers 




pon^wuTt 



BRADYft: 

AMoelatM, Inc. 

R^ltors 



^•ATyr#I^M. 
<m««:«4.M« 

MixrkMiirBRADif 








Vivbm IWM 

Meaweaaaa af flw Itatt 



(Septembar) 
Wea vohuae |18O,0eOHI! 

Coagratidations to Mrs. 
Mai. Vitriaa asksfeer many 
Mamki to OQBta^ her for 
filttrirheylngaeads. 

Home * 482-8554 
OtOee ' 547-4555 

W« cov«r 
ChMapMk* 

mcardolnc. 
RMltort. 

351 JohastowB Rd. 
Chaaapeake 

547-4555 

"jaOiohaart 
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Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

ItorfoNc 

County 

Fhiancd Co. 



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PriflCK 5 AaM Sd. LUMCHEOIf SPEOALS 



OpM OKiljr 11 to IO;SO p.m. 
SmOKt* U to 19 p.«. 

499^5770 

Hejrt to Big Star__ ^^ ^" ^ 

ChallfdOB pf. COCI[TAIW#WBiIf«Biia 



3:il KeoM^viUe Plaza Sttoppiag Ctr. 
Prtoecss^An* Rd. 4 PMrliawort Ihp. 
Virgiiiu Beach 



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4SI0P«iftnlw Htadovs 

Hifl^ptiH Coirtn* 
4M-7071 KTOM Am 

Breakfast-Lunch-Dnner Sl^£S 

Now Serving 

* Announcing if 

the 
AREAS NEWEST 

DISCOTHEOUE 

COMMG 

OCTOBER 14, 1977 



WMrB^$ th^ftr^f 



^JOANCO^ES 
Staff Writer \, 

tt'a Uke twlkini into tb| past - Ukt m m movie 
baflMi^ng an^aroud you, die action su^wled iii time. 

Alwajv 00 m look-out tor a new place to eat, I waliced 
in tlw Sec<Mid Alam, located oa Shore Drive, eqiectiipg 
the ease (dd ^e is diniBg. / 

IiMa wrong; 

It'i a i^ce for a tirMuui, or a lov^r (tf^t£ra lore.^ 
lor the seAer of the hovel and inraaial. 

A S(tft, >frarm U|^t htugs over the restaurant. Antitpie 
brau Are «cti^lhers, dd mailei, poU Muss ^ 
alarma are acattenit thNM^ont flm UaA leattn* and 
«ood ^lAig «re«. Hlgfa bade wooden hoOOea ^ve the 
place the air of j^vacjr uid seclusion. Yon can almost 
hear tito lir off jdanging of tte Hre engine as you view 
the as^cM yilotagrapte hai^flg on ttie iwlls. 

R iM stt^ as a "fire maswm," according to Join 
George, owner, out a( chance. "Ilji ptrtmr Is a firemaB,'' 
he said, "and my |>rother'8 a ftreman. We alM use the; 
nn d^iartm^ neit ^Ojsr, as n (ttreetioo point Ttaft 
the Second Alirm." Merest h fire Iwe and Sie objects 
that to via it iust seemed ttMttppen after ttat, said 
George. 

George Ittei to thiid^ of the Swmi Alarm as "a plMe 
,«h«^ you'd Ir comfinlaUe having driidcs or having 
i^HMr or having bdtt." Tito atn|oi|ii»re of the UtoeoiKf 
iS$gm is as reUudag as OMsfintable as one sinks into 
the varioos moun'^lia. 

Loci^ed right oCf Oe ocean, the Second Mtrm not only 
9tkn the nkiue in atmos^^e but (rffers the unique 
in food as wtil. Th« seafood is the main drawing card 
daigwtth the beef. 

They offer such fare as Cles^ieake Bay Castors, 
AlaJdutt erabaseiit in birtter, Slie\Cnd) So^, steak* 
MMi sandwiches. "We try a lot U different thi^s," said 
Gecvge. 

Geoge said'Viey buy as vmA M they can locally ^m 
UHependrat fbAermen and^ittft n^ ^t th^ Itty as 
qwcial. "We oily buy ttie best." he said. 

The food is teUdous. Prepared by Chef I. Jadcson, 
the seaf&od is iBUto^ yM beMJ«Dimd^ 

JadooB, who Ulws to "to new things" prepares a 
fecial herb dres^ ior hi« salads as well as creating 

Tm HdoiM Alarm wuli t^ te^ trices itoWA and yrt 
(that quHSj lood, ucordiqg to George. They are always 
Twadat tpKMa. During Mi^ tootbaU pimes they rer 
dttce the price ef coddaib vaA they run q)Mials on 
whatever tbtj b«y in seisoo. "(tar Surf tM Turf is 
dodag very well ts a qweial/' ^M Gemge. "tt's nor- 
malfy ^.95, bat we'lw been rannlng it it fT.fS, tnclwl'^ 
tag wtae wltti the meal, tt's done sensationaUy." 

Evegrthing tiwnt tiie Second Alarm it bw ttfwl 
The litod. tte price, tiw toeOig. Jf you wAmmmm 
jmimA, wmerWng mosnal, try the Seeoad iUtairm. Wb 
a visit to the pa^ 







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Owner Jdhn George 





OflTEBS 



SetMfoob t( Beef ReeCacinane 

AT LYNNHAVEN INLET VIKGIfNA KM»1, VIKGINIA 

SNdayxiag in Iresfe sealoed, belfc steaaed 
nd firtod, prisM r» et be^, tUek J^ 
stotts, geurmet plattor mi deltotow eodt- 
taito. %ie«ial Ihtoily prices and chUdrea's 
■eav avallahle year 'ro«id. 

CMMm 
SUMP 

ALL YOU CAN EAT SPECIALS: 

Fn^ 8m TroMt I»3.95 

S^HMd Slirlmp Mcl/or 
Steamed Crate. .•7.S0 

nmini smvoi i m-n m 

L^y MMd * opentod by 

AflMMJIfW 
PKIII dil.TSM 

I ffiinites from the O^u^nm 
Appte Free pBJtlag 



PolynMteiiMDMneee RMtawant 

rmWO DAILY 4:30 P.M. to 1 1 P.M. 
Introductory SimoM 
*S7SF<m TWO 
Choice of two frmuB^Htlon 
of 1$ tllfH^mit d^A 

i SUNDAY SPECIAL 

I^CM-SPJi. 
CAM. ^Ml MtAU»^..^«OB^ 

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Onto in rustic leisure and candle-light 
atmosphere that wW put you in just the 
r^t mood for a great evening. 

STEAKS ipRIME^fSS* SEAFOOD 
4 Diking Rooms S Cocktail Loimgw 

DfTERTAINMENT i. i'jpEKh SERVICE 
FECIAL MENU FOR JUNIOR GUESTS 

Prime & WJne $1^95 

Sunday « Monaey ^ 

4 JO P.M. to U:00 A.M. DAILY 
Suad«ys Noon UalU UM AM. 

MM Northimpttti Blvd. 

(SciwHfi ight aad HelMay ImQ 

f Oi YottJt „.oment 'Frank A C^mm^ 



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%LL YOU CAN EA 

Special of the Day 

Moo Goo Gai Pan 




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27* 



- Shrimp Lu MttiD 



Frl. - Chicken Cfc, 



- Sweat Sour ?ork 



Tue*. Beef Pepper 

Tbur. • Rotst Pork 
f 00 Young 

Sat. - Pork Fried RIm 



Served vlth Egg Drop Soq>, 
Forbine Cookie, Hot Tea 

Open Mob. ttni Ul. ll.AM to 11:PII 
SoMtey 4:PII to 10:FM 
jl Open DaUy F^a-l.wich 11: A« to j|:tll 

k - 353 l/Hhpendence Blvd. 

H Pembroke^Ni (acwws IMb tart, VB) 

n Orders to go IfO-tlSl 

^ oiw&mm GO 40Q''2321 

CecMaUs - Imported WIm A $m 



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Dockside Micake floase; 

OVf Hoiking IMe Creek YucluBasiH 



•UOfltoreOrive 
(lalteanrfPHvelgitfltt) 
ltorMk,Tk|MnltlU . 
Betov the Smoi^udwrd Boose 

• Antyp«0bf Pani^kM vPaatrlaa 

• Baveragaa «Salt of tha Sm Filat,) 

• Braakfaat at Alt Hours «BHntzM 




DIMS IN COKM'MT AT 




^StmtikB 

# So9food 

# SpaghottI 

^ ^^ Serving 

■ ^ ^ LuiH^eon-Dimm 

4 Shlskobob 1 1^ am 

# Sandwlchos ia 
4 Salad, GH'Mk 10:00m 

tkmemade ^rek^^Hm ^ 



COCXTAIL 



BiES 



WDIE 



t^or ordera to go dALL 340-4S$4 

«ttl Vlrgtala 8ea#«wl. 

Ileit<e amis fi^rade fara. - Uttfc 




C.B.^^^ 

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MEXICAN « AUPUCAR ttKX) 
UM VIRGINIA BEACB BLVD. 

All you can eat 
Mexican Food $3.05 ■- 

4 pjn. to 2 ajiv. 
340^9478 EVERYDAY 



»«^y« Dli00 Dancing 
9Pn to 1 AM 

Friday and Saturday 

NKXICAN « AMCm^AN FOOD 



(^dteils - ime * ^^^r 




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£